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Publisher's Summary

Criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller returns in the fifth book of the series, Gods of Guilt, to prove the innocence of one man. Award-winning author Michael Connelly paints a vibrant story complete with courtroom drama, risky investigations, and questionable legal practices. Known as the "Lincoln Lawyer" Mickey Haller uses his Lincoln Town Car as a mobile office to meet with clients and conduct business. In Gods of Guilt, Haller takes on an intriguing murder case involving an online prostitution business run by the only suspect. Connelly presents the story in a first-person narrative from Mickey Haller's perspective. Throughout the book, he feels personally responsible for the outcome of his clients and struggles to find balance in his life outside of work. Gods of Guilt is a thrilling tale for a variety of readers, and this comprehensive analysis helps you decipher the characters' motives and navigate the American legal system. Meet Haller's obstacles, such as questionable DEA agents and immoral private investigators, as he fights to solve the mystery and save his client from wrongful imprisonment. Learn how Connelly surprises his readers with plot twists and unpredictable conclusions in his latest mystery thriller.

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