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Posted by on May 16, 2014

Paperback, 313 pages
Published Janurary 1st 1995 by Signet

075280278X (ISBN13: 9780752802787)

In Sullivan’s Law, Nancy Taylor Rosenberg introduces a take-no-prisoners heroine in a taut, razor-sharp thriller filled with the sort of gritty, realistic details only a person who’s been there could know. Monday mornings are hell. That’s what Carolyn Sullivan is thinking as she arrives at her office at the Ventura County Probation Department. She’s got a paper due for law school. Two high-energy kids who need to be in different places at the same time. A mountain of debt. Her boss is on the warpath before she even has a chance to grab her first cup of coffee. But Carolyn’s day is about to get a lot worse… One of her probationers has just been arrested for rape. It’s a front-page-headline story that leads squarely back to Carolyn’s paper-strewn desk and overwhelming caseload. Could she have prevented the crime? She fears the top brass, pressured by the media, may destroy her career. Just when Carolyn should be lying low, instead she’s assigned a sensitive case that’s sure to have everyone breathing down her neck–supervising convicted killer and paranoid schizophrenic Daniel Metroix. Carolyn dives into a case that everyone else seems to want to keep closed…one that leads behind the glossy exteriors of Ventura’s most prominent sons into the darkest corners of the American dream. Someone doesn’t want Carolyn to discover the truth. Someone who knows where she lives, where she goes, who she sees. Someone who will strike at the very heart of every mother’s worst fear in order to silence her for good.

My Review:

Another great one done by Rosenberg. I am remembering as I re-read her books why I enjoyed her so much when I was younger. The writing is compelling and complex. I picked up so much more this time around then the first time, both times however a fantastic read.

You will be surprised if you are a regular reader of Rosenberg because this one is a bit different from her usual reads, but no less good. It really is a enjoyable and compelling read. If you want a book to read from cover to cover this would be one I would suggest.



My rating in the end: 4 bows

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