A Criminal Defense: No. 2 : A Harlan Donnally Novel
Ex SFPD detective Harlan Donnally has been happily retired and running a small cafe north of San Francisco. But when Mark Hamlin, a defense lawyer with a slimy reputation, is found murdered underneath the Golden Gate Bridge, Donnally is unwittingly pulled back into the fray because Hamlin left specific instructions to call Donnally if anything happens to him ...a week before. Donnally quickly finds himself mucking through years of crimes, drug trafficking, corrupt government officials, and money laundering to unravel this bizzare murder. But as he follows the money to unlock the mystery, tensions rise in San Francisco and it becomes obvious that everything is more complicated than it seems.
- Paperback | 352 pages
- 106.68 x 187.96 x 27.94mm | 204.12g
- 30 Jul 2013
- HarperCollins Publishers Inc
- New York, United States
About Steven Gore
Steven Gore is a former private investigator turned "masterful" writer (Publishers Weekly), who combines "a command of storytelling" with "insider knowledge" (Library Journal). With a unique voice honed on the street and in the Harlan Donnally and Graham Gage novels, Gore's stories are grounded in his decades spent investigating murder; fraud; organized crime; corruption; and drug, sex, and arms trafficking throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia. He has been featured on 60 Minutes and honored for investigative excellence. Gore lives in the San Francisco Bay Area.