By Randy Singer
After a chain of kidnappings and murders in Virginia seashore, newspaper reporter Catherine O'Rourke studies worrying goals that element each one crime. which will relief the research, she stocks them together with her private source—a detective engaged on the case. Catherine's intimate wisdom of the crimes instantly makes her a primary suspect. whilst clinical proof corroborates her guilt, she's arrested and charged with homicide. As she starts off to doubt her personal innocence, Catherine turns to Las Vegas attorney Quinn Newberg, a high priced professional within the madness safety. Quinn believes in justice, Vegas-style. yet he doesn't think within the supernatural, or that Catherine's desires are something except the results of a fractured character ailment. Who can comprehend the human mind? Quinn understands that madness circumstances are unpredictable, yet not anything had ready him for this! To win, or perhaps live on, Quinn will want greater than his famed felony maneuvering and biting skepticism. in this case, he wishes a miracle.
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