Her Honor

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Penguin Publishing Group, 1988 - Fiction - 346 pages
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Her Honor is a scorching "insiders" tale of the judiciary as only Judge William J. Coughlin could tell it--a provocative story of Kathleen Talbot, whose first major case as a circuit judge--a controversial "mercy" killing--plunges her into the most challenging, heartbreaking dilemma she has ever faced.

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Her Honor is a courtroom novel that introduces us to Kathleen Talbot, an attorney whose father has encouraged her political ambitions. When a family situation occurs, she decides to curtail her ... Read full review


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