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by Michael A Kahn
 

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Gorgeous and gutsy attorney Rachel Gold is ready for war on behalf of Sally Wade, who arrives in her office bruised and beaten the morning after Neville McBride, her soon-to-be-ex-husband, broke into her house and savagely attacked her. McBride, a prominent and wealthy member of the St. Louis power elite, has retained an attack-dog defense lawyer. Before Rachel can

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Gorgeous and gutsy attorney Rachel Gold is ready for war on behalf of Sally Wade, who arrives in her office bruised and beaten the morning after Neville McBride, her soon-to-be-ex-husband, broke into her house and savagely attacked her. McBride, a prominent and wealthy member of the St. Louis power elite, has retained an attack-dog defense lawyer. Before Rachel can get her lawsuit on file, Sally's corpse is found tied up in her bed, apparently strangled. The clues point to McBride, the prime suspect, and the police soon view the case as essentially closed. But doubts begin to creep into Rachel's mind as she learns more about Sally's personal life. With her rough-and-ready best pal, Benny Goldberg, Rachel works her way through a labyrinth of strip club operators, crooked cops, slimy country club types, double-dealing hookers, and the hog butcher from hell.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940150998070
Publisher:
Poisoned Pen Press
Publication date:
09/01/2015
Series:
Rachel Gold Mysteries , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
326
Sales rank:
768,514
File size:
828 KB

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Meet the Author

Michael A. Kahn is the award-winning author of several novels, praised by Publishers Weekly for their “intelligent, breezy dialogue and clever plotting.” A graduate of Amherst College and Harvard Law School, Mr. Kahn began his literary career writing free-lance feature articles for Chicago Magazine while teaching fifth grade in the Chicago public schools. Now a trial attorney in St. Louis, he wrote his first novel on a dare from his wife, who got sick of hearing him announce, each time he finished a paperback thriller that he’d purchased at an airport newsstand, “I could write a better book than this.” “Then write one,” she finally said, “or please shut up.”

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