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If you Liked 'Gray Mountain'

If You Liked Gray Mountain
Crime of Privilege
by Walter Walker

Pitted against a powerful family when he reopens the scandalous case of a young woman's unsolved murder, George Becket is forced to confront a haunting mistake from his own past while outmaneuvering wealth-driven corruption.
Unfit to Practice
by Perri O'Shaughnessy

South Lake Tahoe attorney Nina Riley is confronted by a disciplinary hearing before the California State Bar Court and possible disbarment, after an unknown enemy steals client files from her car and sets out to reveal those clients' darkest secrets, unless her ex-husband, attorney Jack McIntyre, and sometime lover, detective Paul van Wagoner, can put aside their mutual animosity to find the culprit.
Double Tap
by Steve Martini

Defense attorney Paul Madriani takes on the case of Emiliano Ruiz, a career soldier on trial for the murder of a beautiful businesswoman and the head of a high-tech software company with a number of military contracts, only to discover that his uncooperative client refuses to discuss his past and that the murders could be tied to a number of explosive government secrets.
Lady Killer
by Lisa Scottoline

Astonished when she is entreated by a troublesome childhood rival for protection from a violent drug-dealer boyfriend, Mary finds her family, her career, and eventually her life placed on the line when she investigates the woman's subsequent disappearance.
The Ophelia Cut
by John T. Lescroart

Defending old friend Moses McGuire against wrongful murder charges involving a man who raped his daughter, attorney Dismas Hardy risks his career when the case threatens to expose old secrets involving him and police lieutenant Abe Glitsky. By the best-selling author of The 13th Juror.
by Elmore Leonard

After discovering his quarry naked in the bathtub, doped up and missing his kidneys, Federal Marshall Raylan Givens becomes involved, both literally and figuratively, in a case involving the harvesting of organs for sale on the black market where this time the bad guys are girls.
Stand Up That Mountain : the Battle to Save One Small Community in the Wilderness Along the Appalachian Trail
by Jay E. Leutze

Traces the author's life-changing experiences while defending a small Belview Mountain community and a fragile section of the Appalachian Trail from the illegal mining practices of the Clark Stone Company, a case that eventually pitted several national conservation groups against the state of North Carolina.
by Carla Buckley

Returning to the Minnesota hometown she fled years earlier in the wake of a devastating secret, Dana mournfully attends her beloved sister's funeral and cares for her teenage niece while exposing the truth about a devastating affliction that is putting the entire community at risk. By the award-winning author of The Things That Keep Us Here.