Monday, June 28, 2010

What I Read #53

In Her Defense by Stephen Horn: The beautiful socialite, Ashley Bronson, has been accused of murder. She chooses attorney, Frank O'Connell to represent her. Her case is made more difficult by a government cover-up. Add to this, the personal problems that Frank is having, plus the constant badgering by the prosecutor, and you have a very well written legal thriller that will have you guessing, while sitting on the edge of your recliner, until the end.
Happy Reading,

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