Join me and fellow writer Rick Reed as he asks me some interesting questions about my new legal thriller in the September issue of the International Thriller Writers’ monthly online newsletter. Click on the cover below to hear my answers — some may surprise you!
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Lay Bare the Lie, the new legal thriller featuring appeals lawyer Nora Dockson is ready for July 1 release! You can preorder now at the bargain advance sale price. To reach the right page at your favorite ebook vendor, follow this universal link.
An ex-con, Nora Dockson pulled herself out of the gutter and became an appeals lawyer. She works only for convicted felons. She’s sure her current client didn’t murder his wife. The jury was misled by testimony from an expert witness who reconstructed the crime based on bloodstain patterns. She’ll prove the so-called expert made leaps of logic incompatible with the latest forensic science.
But a family emergency pulls her away from the case and back to her unsavory roots. Events spiral out of control. Instead of arguing in a courtroom, she’s once again on the dangerous turf of her childhood. And this time she may not escape alive.
Preorder Lay Bare the Lie today at a special price and start enjoying this captivating legal thriller on July 1, 2019.