Against the Law by Michael C. Eberhardt

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When Hawaii's governor is assassinated in his hotel room along with a call girl, deputy prosecutor Dan Carrier investigates a series of cover-ups surrounding the daughter of a Hawaiian political activist.
 

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Published July 1, 1995 by Dutton Adult. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Action & Adventure, Education & Reference. Fiction

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Dan's mission: to find his now-grown daughter and the will that cuts her in for a share of the ranch, and to vindicate Maikai by linking Slaton's death with the fatal accidents that claimed Dan's own brother's family.

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Though the novel incorporates an interesting angle--Hunter can't defend himself against the perjury charges without violating lawyer-client privilege--the plot is slack, with only Hunter's occasional flare-up adding spice.

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Ambitious prosecuting attorney Brian Reed quickly goes after Maikai, handing the case over to Cathy Darnold after her lover, assistant PA Dan Carrier, begs off because Maikai helped raise him.

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Friedman Originally posted Jul 28, 1995 Published in issue #285 Jul 28, 1995 Order article reprints

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