Immaculate Midnight (Jane Lawless Series #11) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Ray Lawless, prominent defense attorney and father of Minneapolis restaurateur Jane Lawless, tries his biggest case yet defending an accused serial murderer and arsonist whom the media has dubbed "The Fireman." Ray's client is eventually convicted and sentenced to two consecutive life sentences, though he proclaims his innocence to the end, and a few days later, he kills himself in his cell. Someone in The Fireman's life, however, can't let go, and, blaming Ray for the man's death, plots a meticulous revenge. ...
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Immaculate Midnight (Jane Lawless Series #11)

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Overview

Ray Lawless, prominent defense attorney and father of Minneapolis restaurateur Jane Lawless, tries his biggest case yet defending an accused serial murderer and arsonist whom the media has dubbed "The Fireman." Ray's client is eventually convicted and sentenced to two consecutive life sentences, though he proclaims his innocence to the end, and a few days later, he kills himself in his cell. Someone in The Fireman's life, however, can't let go, and, blaming Ray for the man's death, plots a meticulous revenge. With the help of her best friend, Cordelia, Jane sets out to discover why this person is so determined to undo her family.
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Editorial Reviews

. - Whitney Scott
Three cheers! Cordelia Thorne, one of the best sidekicks ever to grace the pages of mysteries, is more or less in trim again. If she hasn't nearly the acerbic bite and wit, not to mention the word count, that Jane Lawless series fans might want her to have, she's got her larger-than-life diva theatricality back, none too soon after the wishy-washy mouther of family homilies she was in The Merchant of Venus (2001). Meanwhile, Jane is still recovering from injuries and grieving the death of her do
.. - Ethel Smith
Prominent Minneapolis defense attorney Ray Lawless, father of restaurant owner/ lesbian sleuth Jan (The Merchant of Venus), defends a serial arsonist/murderer who commits suicide in jail. The suicide's father then plots revenge on Ray and Jane. Great plotting and fine characterization.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940012862457
  • Publisher: Ellen Hart
  • Publication date: 4/11/2011
  • Series: Jane Lawless Series, #11
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 281,345
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Ellen Hart is the author of 27 mysteries in two series. She is the five-time winner of the Lambda Literary Award for Best Lesbian Mystery, a three time winner of the Minnesota Book Award for Best Popular Fiction, and a three time winner of the Golden Crown Literary Award. Ellen Has teaches mystery writing at the Loft Literary Center, the largest independent literary community in the nation. She lives in Minneapolis with her partner of thirty-six years.
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  • Posted December 9, 2008

    more from this reviewer

    exciting amateur sleuth mystery

    The Midnight Man is an arsonist, who drugs his victims and then sets fires to their homes, making it look like it was an accidental death. All told there were five victims but the police linked Bobby Alto to two of them. Defense attorney Raymond Lawless thought he could get his client off but the jury found him guilty and he lost on appeal. <P>Alto¿s father Conrad blames Raymond for his son¿s conviction and swears to get even. Raymond, his son Peter and his daughter Jane receive in the mail tarot cards. When the Lawless family compare notes, they believe somebody in the Alto family has targeted them. Jane, who hates to feel helpless investigates the family, a move that saves her and her sister in law from a sociopath killer. <P>The Jane Lawless mysteries just keep on getting better and better. In IMMACULATE MIDNIGHT, readers are given a glimpse into the lives of Jane¿s immediate family and this makes the audience fail a connection to the protagonists. As a counterpoint to the caring Lawless family, the Alto¿s are a dysfunctional disunity that readers will pity and detest. Ellen Hart has written another exciting amateur sleuth mystery. <P>Harriet Klausner

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