The Eleventh Victim by Nancy Grace: I have never cared for Nancy Grace on TV, but she does herself proud in her first novel.
Several years ago, Attorney Hailey Dean sends a serial killer to death row. Because of the corruption in the Georgia Supreme Court and the "good old boys" political arena, the serial killer is pardoned and set free.
Hailey has left the Georgia legal system behind, moved to New York, and is now a psychologist. Her clients start being murdered. Who is behind these killings?
Grace is a delightful addition to the plethora of excellent crime/suspense writers on the bookshelves of America. I look for more from this lady in the future.