Thursday, January 03, 2013

After Dark

This is an okay book written by Phillip Margolin. Late one night, in a deserted courthouse, Tracy Cavanaugh, an attorney, finds a colleague, apparently slain. The victim is Laura Rizzatti, law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Robert Griffen. A month later, a car bomb kills Judge Griffen himself. Police arrest Abby, Griffen’s estranged wife. Abby hires Matthew Reynolds to represent her. It’s a good choice. After all, Tracy Cavanaugh works for Reynolds and she had found Laura’s body; she knows the case well. And Tracy thinks the murders are related. Then she finds serious corruption on the court.


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