Dead and bloated. That's how the sheriff found attorney Lou Mason's partner, Richard Sullivan. A dead partner is bad for business. Real bad. The Kansas City law firm, Sullivan & Christenson, where Lou Mason has worked for the past three months specializes in protecting clients from certain taxes by merging and acquiring their assets. When Mason discovers that Sullivan's moral compass is a little off, he begins to re-think working for the firm.
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What's it like to be a target for murder? Every step you take, every sigh you make - could be your last. Could you outsmart a desperate killer? Just as his life has returned to normal, Lou Mason's surrogate father, Homicide Detective Harry Ryman, arrests his best friend, ex-cop Wilson 'Blues' Bluestone, Jr. on murder charges. Mason rolls in like a freight train to defend Blues uncovers dark and terrible secrets - secrets worth killing for.
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If it bleeds, it leads and Gina Davenport's death led the local news that day. News cameraman, Ted Phillips, captured the plunge of therapist and best selling author, Gina Davenport, from an eighth story window - live - on what had begun as a slow news day. The shattered glass fell like rain. The camera rolled. And Davenport lay mangled on the concrete as a dark pool of blood spread out from her head. Was it suicide, or cold-blooded murder? Attorney Lou Mason had no doubt it was murder.
Ryan Kowalczyk has spent the last 15 years on death row. Like every other death row inmate, he clung steadfastly to his claim of innocence. After Ryan is executed, his mother, Mary, hires Mason to prove her dead son's innocence and build a case against the man she believes is the actual murderer; her son's best friend. As Mason delves deeper into the case, he journeys further into danger and a dark world rife with fear, deceit, corruption and murder.
When you find a dead man wrapped in plastic in the trunk of you Cadillac, you need more than a little luck. Much more. Avery Fish is on trial for mail fraud, but he didn't commit murder. In fact, he has absolutely no clue how a decapitated, plastic wrapped body ended up in the trunk of his caddy. Sexy, brilliant attorney Lou Mason has known Fish for years.