Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck isn't looking for a new client, at least not one who is homeless and in jail for threatening to jump off a bridge. But from the moment Jack is called to defend the man, who goes by the name Falcon, something is amiss. For one thing, Falcon comes up with the $10,000 bailin cash. Then the body of a brutally murdered woman is found in the trunk of the abandoned car in which he is living.
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"... engaging characters, notably the blind Vincent .... will help readers overlook the implausibilities." - PW.
'The novel feels darker, more dramatic, than the previous Swyteck adventures, and it's by far the best in the series." - Booklist.
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James Michael Grippando was born in rural Illinois and attended the University of Illinois and the University of Florida. He graduated to become a trial lawyer for twelve years before Grippando turned to writing thrillers. He is the bestselling author of at least sixteen novels, including When Darkness Fall, Got the Look, Hear No Evil, and Last to Die, which are enjoyed worldwide in more than twenty languages. He lives in Florida.
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