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Marie seems to have it all: a devoted husband, two wonderful children, and a professional career. But all of that changes when she drives her car into the darkened parking lot of a fast-food restaurant. After she lowers her car window to place an order at the drive-through, a man suddenly appears and places a gun at her temple. What follows is every woman's worst nightmare. 

The Edge of Malice is a true story about struggle, determination, and a quest for justice. The author, an attorney, places the listener into the swirling currents of the courtroom where no outcome is ever certain. But the story does not conclude when the legal battle is over. The listener follows Marie as she struggles to resolve the unrelenting anger that the legal system has been unable to extinguish. In the end, Marie's journey to find inner peace is as improbable as it is transformative.

©2020 David P. Miraldi (P)2020 Tantor

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Beware of Drive-Through Windows

Medium interest telling of a dreadful incident in the life of Marie Grossman. I enjoy descriptions of courtroom trials, but if these are not your cup of tea, be aware that a major segment of the book is devoted to the trial of the two perps.
Shedlock's narration is fine, except for his persistent mispronunciation of Cuyahoga as "Ka-hogga", which he had to have known was wrong. Professional narrators owe a debt of responsibility to author and listener; a 30 second You-Tube check would have provided the correct pronunciation.