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The Tenth Case
by Joseph Teller

Release Date: 10/01/08
Genre: Mystery
Pages: 400
Publisher: Harlequin Mira
Format ISBN Price
Print 0778326055 7.99
Author Page: Joseph Teller
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HE'S ALWAYS TRUSTED HIS CLIENTS... UNTIL THE LAST ONE

Criminal defense attorney Harrison J. Walker, better known as Jaywalker, has just been suspended for using "creative" tactics and receiving "gratitude" in the courtroom stairwell from a client charged with prostitution. Convincing the judge that his other clients are counting on him, Jaywalker is allowed to complete ten cases. But it's the last case that truly tests his abilities—and his acquittal record.

Samara Moss—young, petite and sexy as hell—stabbed
her husband in the heart. Or so everyone believes. Having married the elderly billionaire when she was an eighteen year-old former prostitute, Samara appears to be the cliched gold digger. But Jaywalker knows all too well that appearances can be deceiving. Who else could have killed the billionaire? Has Samara been framed? Or is Jaywalker just driven by his need to win his clients' cases—and this particular client's undying gratitude?

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