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|Format: ||Paperback, 512 pages|
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|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 19 February 2009|
Beck Hardin returns to his Texas hometown - and his estranged father - after the death of his wife leaves him with two children to raise. The town is still reeling from the murder of sixteen-year-old Heidi, whose father - Beck's old college friend - asks Beck to help him find Heidi's killer before the statute of limitations runs out. Meanwhile, Beck is pushed into becoming town Judge, and he makes some powerful enemies amongst the rich white landowners when he refuses to condone their treatment of the Mexican workers of the town. As events escalate, the landowners carefully plot their revenge...
* Extensive ad campaign in rail and underground stations. * 1/2 page ad in City AM * Advertising in London Taxis * Mailout to top law firms * Lovereading competition * Adverts in Chelsea and Fulham Matchday programmes.
About the Author
Mark Gimenez grew up in Galveston County, Texas. Once a partner at a major Dallas law firm, Gimenez gave it up in order to start his own solo practice and to write. He lives in Texas with his wife and two sons. His first novel,The Colour of Law, was a Sunday Times bestseller.
An exceptionally well-crafted novel, populated by a cast of characters that are relaistically drawn and appealing Civilian Reader.com
21.8 x 10.7 x 3.2 centimetres (0.28 kg)|
15+ years |