Richard Sullivan was at the top of his profession, a rainmaker in a powerful Kansas City law firm - until his body washed up on the shores of a Missouri lake. Now questions about his death, and his life, reverberate through a firm that has more to cover up than it ever knew. Dark secrets pit partners against each other and their clients in a desperate struggle to stay alive.
I suppose it's called a pot-boiler but I enjoyed it. The story turned out quite unique and the pace was brisk. The narration was good. I'm ready for t..Show More »he next one.« Show Less
Kansas City trial attorney Lou Mason is back...and this time, it's personal. Hired to defend the accused murderer of Jack Cullan, a local lawyer and political fixer, he finds himself working for his close friend who watches his back, ex-cop Wilson "Blues" Bluestone, Jr. Mason unearths the kind of secrets someone will do anything to keep. And as he closes in on a desperate killer who's leaving a bloody trail through very high places, Mason may be setting himself up as the next target.
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Mason defends Jordan Hackett on charges she threw nationally-syndicated talk-radio shrink Dr. Gina Davenport to her death from an eighth floor window. To prove Jordan’s innocence, Mason must expose a devastating black-market operation and survive a remorseless psychopath.
For 15 years death row inmate Ryan Kowalczyk denied having slaughtered a young couple in their car as their three-year-old lay sleeping in the backseat. But when his friend Whitney King, who also stood accused, turned against him, his fate was sealed. Attorney Lou Mason understands the pain of being orphaned, so when the victims' now-teenage son ask for his help in suing blueblood King - who got off scot-free - Lou can't turn him down.