Attorney and novelist Tim Green leaped onto best-seller lists with The Dark Side of the Game, his non-fiction account of life inside the National Football League. In The Letter of the Law, he serves up a thrilling dose of fictional legal intrigue in the tradition of John Grisham and James Grippando. When world-famous law professor Eric Lipton is seen driving away from the home of his horribly mutilated student--and is later caught fleeing the country with the woman's bloody underwear--the case seems open and shut. But ambitious defense attorney Casey Jordan is a master at injecting reasonable doubt into the minds of jurors. Somewhere between legal maneuvering and the letter of the law, however, Casey finds her own doubts rising to the surface--and her life in jeopardy from a remorseless killer! Fast-paced and compelling, The Letter of the Law showcases Tim Green as a major author of legal thrillers. Richard Poe's powerful narration leads readers relentlessly through each unpredictable twist and turn.
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