Lawyer and author David Hosp's novels, including Dark Harbor, are best-sellers. Now lawyer Scott Finn is caught in the middle of a touchy case. A policewoman is left for dead in an alley, and when she recovers she points the finger at an El Salvadorian immigrant with gang ties. But all the evidence is pointing the other way. And as Finn digs deeper, he finds a thin line between guilt and innocence.
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"After spending 15 years in prison for an attack on a Boston policewoman, Vincent Salvador's case is reopened. Scott Finn is asked by a lawyer from the Innocence Project to take the case. Falsified evidence, tainted cops, and complex conspiracies combine with romance and a healthy dose of humor to make this an engrossing story. George Guidall seems to be totally absorbed by the intrigue as he narrates with energy and outstanding pacing. He accelerates appropriately when the action picks up and delivers the sometimes funny dialogue with good timing. Convincing Spanish accents and voices that reflect the characters' personalities all contribute to a hard-to-turn-off audio presentation. S.S.R. Winner of AudioFile Earphones Award (c) AudioFile 2008, Portland, Maine"
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