A prosecutor is accused of murder in this legal thriller from the New York Times–bestselling author of the Suspicion series (The New York Times Book Review).
Not long ago, Dan Galindo was a rising federal prosecutor in Miami with everything he could have wanted. Then he made the mistake of having a conscience. He refused to put a lying witness on the stand, which led to a drug kingpin walking free—and the end of his job and his marriage. Now with his reputation in ruins, he’s barely scraping by in a fleabag office.
Then his ex-brother-in-law, a music promoter, approaches him with a can’t-miss case: defending a gorgeous rock singer accused of assaulting a cop. It’s a simple job for good money.
But Dan is about to learn there’s no such thing as a simple job. Dragged into a sordid world of money laundering, dirty cops, and corrupt federal agents, he’s soon accused of murder, running for his life—and willing to do anything to get out of it alive.
A former prosecutor herself and the New York Times–bestselling author of the Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana legal thrillers, Barbara Parker “has produced a suspense story rich in detail about drugs, rock music, and vengeful and ruthless Federal cops . . . in Dan Galindo she has created a highly believable hero” (The New York Times Book Review).