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  • Triangular

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    Nina Johnstone has a mission. CPS attorney, childhood abuse survivor, and overall badass, Nina has a bone to pick—and she's playing for keeps. Nina can't believe that the perpetrators of her latest child abuse case have—yet again—gotten off ...


  • Two Minutes

    A Story of Terror, Love and Justice by

    Andrew James, a 61-year old widower and internist, travels from his home in Florida to Raleigh, North Carolina, to give a speech to the state medical society. The trip is uneventful — until a passenger across the aisle abruptly stands up and exposes ...


  • The Gratitude of Wasps

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    Following the violence and death on Bloody Saturday, June 21, 1919 that crushed the Winnipeg General Strike, corrupt sedition trials imprisoned strike leaders. So-called aliens were deported as the iron-fist of an unforgiving establishment sought to ...


  • Puzzle of Pieces

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    Elisabeth Nielsen had a difficult life almost from birth. Her father died when she was young, her mother didn’t have much money and Elisabeth was a very lonely only child. As an adult, she finds herself still alone and trapped in an unfulfilling ...


  • Degrees of Guilt

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    When a helicopter chartered by an anti-seal hunting group buzzes his boat off the coast of Newfoundland, Billy Wheeler downs it with a single shot, killing everyone on board. As his crewmates reel from shock, one thing becomes irrevocably clear: ...


  • The Gyroscope Of Guilt

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    When a well-respected Princeton trial lawyer is compelled to defend a distinguished anesthesiologist accused of murdering her husband, he fails to grasp that the seeds of their mutual destruction, or salvation, already were embedded in earlier ...


  • The Plea Bargain

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    Phil Vinci grew up in an underprivileged neighborhood of East Philadelphia, where crime and hopelessness seemed to be the controlling forces of everyday life. Fast money and the sense of belonging were the greatest temptations for a kid in those ...