Cloaked in Doubt by Michael Diamondstein

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Jimmy DiAnno is a thirty-four-year-old, hard-charging prosecutor in the homicide unit of the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. A talented trial attorney, he takes great pride in his ethical responsibility to see that justice is served.

Jerry T. Savitch is not just the mayor of Philadelphia—he is “America’s” mayor. He took a shattered city on the brink of fiscal and social ruin and turned it into a thriving metropolis. In Philadelphia, there is no one more beloved—or with more political connections—than Jerry T. Savitch.

When Mayor Savitch is charged with a brutal murder, DiAnno is the man tapped to try the case. But for DiAnno, this will not be a simple test of his trial skills. He will learn that there is little difficulty in choosing between right and wrong; but, when faced with two wrongs, the true difficulty lies in choosing which wrong is more right.


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Published June 15, 2006 by iUniverse, Inc.. 260 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Action & Adventure, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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