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Riassunto: The state of Ohio took twenty years to strap Trevor Lloyd Morden to a gurney and pump him full of lethal drugs. In that time he lost five appeals because his victim's father, William J. Wendover, fought to ensure his daughter's killer got what he deserved. Wendover was convinced of Morden's guilt but the dead man left a letter saying he was innocent and now Wendover has doubts. He has to know the truth and so he looks for a man who can find it for him. That man is Dean Witton, ex-marine, ex-cop and ex-husband. His divorce left him broke so he bought a store, lives in the back and works as a private investigator. Dean has a friend, Steph. She is blonde and beautiful and she makes it clear that she would not be against deepening the relationship but Dean is wary. Despite this he agrees to let her help him investigate the twenty year old murder and, as their romance blossoms, they inadvertently uncover something that alarms someone, alarms them enough to make three attempts to kill Dean. Who is it? Of what are they afraid? Does it mean Morden was not guilty?
L'autore: Derek Coleman was born in Birmingham in the heart of the United Kingdom but now lives in West Virginia, USA in a land where the tree-clad mountains dip into the Ohio River Valley. He has been writing virtually since he was big enough to hold a pen, has won various prizes and has an ongoing column in the Putnam Herald newspaper. Twice a prize winner In the West Virginia Writers contest he is an avid fan of military history and the author of numerous articles, particularly on the Revolutionary War. 'Guilty?' is his first crime novel and the sequel, 'Beneficiary', 'Traitor' and 'Innocent?' are also now available as is 'The Litchfield Conspiracy', a political thriller, Weoley, a blockbuster covering 900 years of British history and 'Hessians', an epic adventure set during the Revolutionary War.
Condizione libro: Used
Descrizione libro Paperback. Condizione libro: Very Good. The book has been read, but is in excellent condition. Pages are intact and not marred by notes or highlighting. The spine remains undamaged. Codice libro della libreria GOR006815432