Her Honor

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New American Library, 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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About the author (1988)

William J. Coughlin, a former defense attorney and judge in Detroit for twenty years, was the author of sixteen novels. He lived in Grosse Point Woods, Michigan, with his wife, Ruth, an author and book critic.

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