On Sale: July 17, 2012
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Westchester, New York, 1976--Cocaine abuse is rampant, the
county courthouse is a boys' club, and men are still legally
permitted to beat their wives. Enter Dani Fox, the feisty,
ambitious twenty-five-year-old assistant district attorney
tired of feeling like an outsider and hungry to bring
abusers to justice.
Dani confronts emotionally challenging crime scenes and
uncooperative colleagues, facing threats to her safety--and
even the safety of her pet pig, Wilbur--in order to protect
society's silent victims. Spearheading the country's first
domestic violence unit in a shifting legal landscape, Dani
must find allies where she can, especially when she
discovers a seemingly simple case has some shocking twists.
But who can she trust, and which of her colleagues will she
end up battling both in and out of the courtroom?
Drawing from her own past as a dynamic, hard-charging former
district attorney, Emmy-winning Judge Jeanine Pirro's debut
page-turner is ripped from the headlines, full of gripping
details, authentic thrills, and suspenseful realism that can
only come from a courtroom litigator who's been in the trenches.
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