Circle of Lies

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Tom Doherty Associates, Dec 7, 2010 - Fiction - 368 pages
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Circle of Lies is a hot new thriller from newcomer Douglas Alan, featuring John Delaney, an ex-NYPD detective turned lawyer and his lovely wife Katherine Adams, a tough but sexy Atlanta lawyer who gives as good as she gets.  They’re an unstoppable team with a love of adventure but no love for the bad guys.

Delaney is asked to defend Ted Jordan, a childhood friend who has been arrested for the torture and murder of his law partner.  Jordan adamantly maintains his innocence but the police have traced his fingerprints to the dead man's house and a half-million dollars to his bank account. On his way to interview Jordan at the jail, Delaney is approached by a mysterious woman who identifies herself as Ted's friend. She offers to post his bond and warns Delaney to be careful if anyone from the Tissinger Corporation contacts him in connection with the case.

Ted insists he has been set up by Tissinger because he accidentally stumbled onto data showing they deliberately concealed information about suicides in a test group for their latest depression medication. 

As Delaney and Adams start to dig, they are confronted by an NSA agent who tires to warn them off.   When a second dead body is found in Jordan's condominium and Jordan disappears they are left with more questions than answers.  But Delaney isn’t someone who takes no for an answer and he and Katherine will stop at nothing to find the truth.

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An ex-homicide cop turned lawyer takes the law into his own hands in this debut thriller.John Delaney, ex-NYPD, now teaches courses in forensics and evidence at Atlanta's Emory University. Conditioned ... Read full review

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About the author (2010)

DOUGLAS ALAN was a practicing trial attorney for over twenty years before turning to writing.  He also has a degree in psychology that comes in handy when developing his characters.  He lives in Atlanta, Georgia. 

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