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By Victor Methos

ISBN-10: 1503952762

ISBN-13: 9781503952768

For high-powered own damage lawyer Noah Byron, the good stuff in existence include a cost tag—cars, homes, ladies. That’s why he represents simply circumstances that include the potential of a pleasant minimize of the motion. yet as a opt to his ex-wife, he meets with the mum of twelve-year-old Joel, a boy poisoned by way of tainted children’s medication. whereas the legitimate tale is psycho tampered with bottles, the boy’s mom believes whatever even more sinister is at work…and the path leads correct again to the pharmaceutical company.

As Noah digs deeper into the case, he fast unearths himself up opposed to a strong company that may defend itself at any price. He additionally befriends younger Joel and breaks the number 1 rule of non-public damage legislations: don’t make it own. confronted with the main menacing of rivals and the main weak of consumers, Noah is decided to find the reality and win justice for Joel—even if it ability wasting every little thing else.

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Grace jotted down the details, such as Alcorn could give him, on a notepad. 'Thanks, David,' he said. 'Keep me updated on this. ' There was a slight pause and he sensed the hesitation in the DI's voice. ' 'The victim had been at a do last night at the Metropole. ' Shit, Grace thought, but did not say. ' 'The Deputy CC. And one assistant chief constable. ' Grace got his drift. 'Maybe I should send someone from Major Crime up to accompany the SOLO. What do you think? ' Grace quickly ran through his options.

Grace thought that the architect had probably failed to take into account the blinds blocking half of its windows, the dozens of cars parked higgledy-piggledy outside, the plethora of signs and the weather stains on the walls. Glenn Branson normally liked to terrify him by showing off his driving skills, but today he had allowed his colleague to drive here, freeing him to concentrate on giving Roy the full download on his lousy Christmas week. Glenn's marriage, which had hit new lows in the weeks building up to Christmas, had deteriorated even further on Christmas Day itself.

But that spirit in her was part of what had attracted him to her in the first place. She had all the support and enthusiasm in the world for success, however big or small, but he just had to remember that, for Sandy, failure was never an option. Which explained, in part, her deep resentment, and occasional outbursts of anger, that, after years of trying almost every fertility treatment possible, she was still unable to conceive the baby they both so desperately wanted. Humming the words of Eric Clapton's 'Change the World' - which for some reason had popped into his head - Roy Grace carried his mug of coffee down to his desk in the deserted open-plan Detectives' Room on the second floor of Brighton's John Street police station, with its rows of partitioned desks, its manky blue carpet, its crammed pigeonholes and its view to the east of the white walls and gleaming blue windows of the American Express headquarters.

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