Deputy District Attorney Samantha Kincaid is back at work after an attempt on her life and a promotion into the Major Crimes Unit. When the husband of Portland, Oregon city judge Clarissa Easterbrook reports her missing and Samantha is called on the case, she assumes her only job is to make the district attorney look good until the judge turns up. When the police discover evidence of foul play, however, Samantha finds herself unearthing secrets that Clarissa had wanted to stay hidden.
- 137.16 x 152.4 x 25.4mm | 181.44g
- 01 Sep 2005
- Bolinda Publishing
- Bolinda Audio Books
- Tullamarine, Australia
- Unabridged edition
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"The author's background as a former deputy DA in Portland lends gritty ambience to this modern parable of greed and ambition." -- Booklist "[Burke] is definitely a comer and a keeper." -- Chicago Tribune
About Alafair Burke
A former deputy district attorney in Portland, Oregon, Alafair Burke now teaches criminal law at Hofstra School of Law and lives on Long Island, New York. She is the daughter of acclaimed crime writer James Lee Burke. Betty Bobbitt was born in New York, raised in Philadelphia, and trained as an actor in Los Angeles. In 1962 she was offered a television role in Australia and since then she has been a full-time actor, frequent teacher, obsessed writer and occasional director. She has received two acting awards from the Television Society of Australia for her work in the long-running series, Prisoner, and was nominated in the Best Director category at the Green Room awards for a production of Dan Goggin's Nunsense. Betty has narrated a number of books for Bolinda Audio including The Final Confession of Mabel Stark by Robert Hough and Judgment Calls by Alafair Burke.