4th of July

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (7.62 hours)
Product Number: Z10007340
Released: May 02, 2005
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9781607880400
Narrator/s: Carolyn McCormick
Publisher: Hachette Audio
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Description

A young girl is killed in crossfire after a routine arrest goes terribly wrong, and Lt. Lindsay Boxer has to defend herself against a charge of police brutality. In a landmark trial that transfixes the nation, Lindsay fights to save her career and her sanity. While awaiting trial, Lindsay escapes to the beautiful town of Half Moon Bay, but the peaceful community there is reeling from a string of unspeakable murders. Working with her friends in the Women's Murder Club, Lindsay finds a link between these killings and a case she worked on years before-an unsolved murder that has haunted her ever since. As summer comes into full swing, Lindsay battles for her life on two fronts: before a judge and jury as her trial comes to a climax, and facing unknown adversaries who will do anything to keep her from the truth about the killings-including killing again. It all comes to a head before the big annual 4th of July celebration on the waterfront at Half Moon Bay.

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Series: Women's Murder Club Series No: 4
Original Publish Date: May 02, 2005

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Product Number EB00276503
Released: Apr 10, 2014
Business Term: 2 Year
ISBN: #9780316134835

Professional reviews

"Lieutenant Lindsay Boxer is involved in a shooting that causes her to be charged with police brutality. Relieved of duty while awaiting trial, Lindsay travels to Half Moon Bay, only to find this community experiencing a rash of murders. With Yuki Castellano fighting for Lindsay in the courtroom and the murders in Half Moon Bay escalating, the Women's Murder Club cranks into full form. Carolyn McCormick drives this fast-paced, high-powered novel right off the printed page into real experience. A whining, pleading injured teen driving with only a learner's permit is so skillfully presented that danger is ignored; a spinal-cord-injured witness whose sobs are interrupted by the sucking of ventilator-initiated breathing is believable even while demonstrating courtroom theatrics. K.A.T. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"

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