Chief Prosecutor Janet McNeil's terrifying nightmares keep her in a constant state of anxiety. Yet saving face is imperative now that she's prosecuting a white supremacist who wouldn't think twice about using his twisted followers to silence her. Original.
Starred Review. Deeply committed to bringing a member of the Ivory Nation, a violent white extremist group, to justice, chief prosecuting attorney Janet McNeil knows she's up against difficult odds—the group's reach is long, and its methods are deadly. Then an important file goes missing, and Janet's garage window has a brick thrown through it. An attractive, watchful next-door neighbor with a secret mission of his own adds the romantic touch. A handful of well-developed secondary characters—including an aging mother and an emotionally fragile little girl—contribute depth and compelling realism. Powerful, controversial, and beautifully paced, this chilling, riveting tale frightens because its dangers hit close to home. Quinn (Hidden) lives in Mesa, AZ. (c) Copyright 2010. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted. All rights reserved.
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November 15, 2012
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