Invasion of Privacy

Invasion of Privacy

Book - 1996
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Hard-driving Attorney Nina Reilly returns from a  near-fatal gunshot wound inMotion to Suppressto  take on the toughest and most intriguing case of  her career. Anxious to avoid the  kind of case that almost killed her and determined  to spend a restful winter at home in Lake Tahoe  with her son Bobby, Attorney Nina Reilly vows to  take on only the most uncomplicated cases. When  filmmaker Terry London implores Nina to help her  defend her documentary against charges of invasion of  privacy, it seems an easy case to add to her work  load. But Nina is soon wishing she'd never become  involved, as it becomes clear that the film holds  a crucial clue to a decades-old unsolved murder  and her new client poses a greater danger than any  criminal Nina has ever come up against. Before the  filmmaker can make good on her mysterious threats  to harm Nina, she's found murdered, and Nina finds  herself in the middle of a full-blown  homicide--homicide that is somehow connected to Nina's past.  When an old lover surfaces, he brings painful  memories and new dangers as Nina fights to protect  herself, her troubled son Bobby, and the delicate  balance of their new life together from the  destructive wake of a killer's path.
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, 1996
ISBN: 9780385314138
Branch Call Number: FIC Os432in
Characteristics: 419 p. ; 24 cm


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