In Death We Trust

By David Crigman

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David Crigman's third novel in the trilogy finds Naomi Nicholas QC appearing with her adversary, the imposing, bullying and brilliant Ronan Cadogan QC, who will use every trick to win his case.

When the headless and mutilated body of Ray Millard - a ruthless, feared player in London's underworld - is identified by his girlfriend, the suspect has to be Pal Locke, who was set up by Millard for a fourteen-year stretch. Just one problem: Locke has been certified dead in Mexico.

DI Jake Kemper and Det. Danny Rose arrest two suspects, Susan and Phil Vance, and charge them with Ray's murder. While they are certain Vance and Locke are the same person, the evidence cannot support this. At the trial, before Mr Justice Bellinger, Naomi Nicholas and Ronan Cadogan are retained to defend the accused while effete womanizer Luther Farlow opens for the prosecution. With longstanding enmity between the judge and Cadogan, the electric tension of the court is further heightened as the evidence is revealed, the outcome gripping the reader to the very end.

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Format Multiple Formats
Imprint Strident Publishing
Publication Date 23 Nov 2009
SKU 9781906775117-grouped
Number of Pages 409

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