High-priced attorney Quinn Newberg and multiple homicide defendant Catherine O'Rourke both have problems, but not quite on the same scale. The savvy Las Vegas lawyer realizes that this case will require all his skills as an insanity defense specialist. For Catherine, things are even more... read more
After a series of kidnappings and murders in Virginia Beach, newspaper reporter Catherine O'Rourke experiences disturbing dreams that detail each crime. In an effort to aid the investigation, she shares them with her confidential source--a detective working on the case. Catherine's intimate... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
After a series of kidnappings and murders in Virginia Beach, newspaper reporter Catherine O'Rourke experiences disturbing dreams that detail each crime. In an effort to aid the investigation, she shares them with her confidential source--a detective working on the case. Catherine's intimate knowledge of the crimes immediately makes her a prime suspect. When scientific evidence corroborates her guilt, she's arrested and charged with murder.
As she begins to doubt her own innocence, Catherine turns to Las Vegas lawyer Quinn Newberg, a high-priced specialist in the insanity defense. Quinn believes in justice, Vegas-style. But he doesn't believe in the supernatural, or that Catherine's dreams are anything other than the result of a fractured personality disorder. Who can understand the human mind? Quinn knows that insanity cases are unpredictable, but nothing had prepared him for this!
“To Quinn's surprise, his favorite shrink was a lot less skeptical than he was.”
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Marc Boland. Boland was one of the rarest of breeds—a high-profile defense lawyer who supported capital punishment.Highlighted by 10 Kindle customers
Marcia Carver, a woman who was perhaps the proudest grandmother in all of Hampton Roads, Virginia,Highlighted by 9 Kindle customers
Rex Archibald could hardly believe his luck. The Reverend Harold Pryor, a “person of interest” in the Carver and Milburn kidnappings, was assembling a dream team of lawyers. He wanted Rex to serve as one of his trial lawyers!Highlighted by 6 Kindle customers
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dichotomies, these inconsistencies, make no sense if there’s only one Catherine O’Rourke. The evidence in this case only makes sense whenHighlighted by 5 Kindle customers
exigent circumstances, but the judge disagreed.” Cat typed furiously while processing this new piece of the puzzle. “Was he represented by the Carvers?”Highlighted by 4 Kindle customers
nefarious clients and numerous enemies. Could the kidnapping be an act of revenge? But sidebars didn’t make the front page. Cat needed a story. Her source at the police department called thirtyHighlighted by 3 Kindle customers
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