Act of God by Susan R. Sloan

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More than 200 people--including children--are killed when an extremist bombs a Seattle family clinic. A naval officer is arrested and attorney Dana McAuliffe is assigned to defend him. A conspiracy soon brews from the case--with Dana as an unwitting pawn.

About Susan R. Sloan

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Sloan is a former attorney and bestselling author.
Published November 11, 2009 by Grand Central Publishing. 554 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Religion & Spirituality, Action & Adventure, Crime, Horror. Fiction

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Summing up the explosive issues of the case for the jury, Dana makes the understated observation that there are two sides to the story.

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This explosive new novel by the author of An Isolated Incident takes aim at both sides of the abortion debate as it follows the trial of an all-American suspect in an abortion clinic bombing.

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This could not have been an easy task for the author but all the hard work is presented in a clear form, making it an entertaining read.

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However, the circus begins when the outsiders (media and extremists from both sides) try to take control of the issue for personal gain disregarding the legal and ethical rights of the dead, the family members, and the accused.

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