Conviction by Elise Title
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As the superintendent of a Massachusetts prison halfway house, Natalie Price thought she'd seen it all. But when the death of a beautiful Boston socialite makes breaking news, Natalie is drawn into one of the biggest scandals of her career.

Headlines reveal that the victim is a member of a secretive, high-class call girl service and it seems that her death was related to these extra-curricular activities. When a group of extremely powerful men are implicated as her clients, the question on everyone's mind becomes, Is one of these pillars of society her murderer?

In fact, one of the men unmasked by the media is Natalie Price's boss, Deputy Commissioner of Corrections Steven Carlyle. Nat and Carlyle don't exactly get along, but she wonders if he's capable of murder.

With a dead young woman front and center in Nat's mind, and the promise of more to follow, she heads undercover into a seedy and dangerous world, putting her own life at risk in order to discover the truth. Once again Elise Title's remarkable storytelling talent shines in this gripping, gritty novel.
 

About Elise Title

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Elise Title's Natalie Price novels are based on her six years as a prison psychotherapist. The author of several thrillers, she is now a full-time writer living in Boston.
 
Published June 1, 2004 by Minotaur Books. 336 pages
Genres: History, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Title's third novel to feature Boston corrections officer Natalie "Nat" Price offers more developed characters and a more believable plot than last year's uneven Inside Out .

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Book Reporter

This book is a perfect beach/vacation read, and in her next appearance, Natalie Price hopefully will appear in full blossom.

Dec 28 2010 | Read Full Review of Conviction: A Mystery

Boston.com

Whose idea was it to name the movie in which Hilary Swank puts herself through law school so she can get her brother out of prison “Conviction’’?

Oct 15 2010 | Read Full Review of Conviction: A Mystery

Fangirl

Because Conviction is part of a series that refused to allow each book to stand as an individual story, it’s simply not possible to separate out the review of Conviction as a book from its part in the series.

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Fangirl

Because Conviction is part of a series that refused to allow each book to stand as an individual story, it’s simply not possible to separate out the review of Conviction as a book from its part in the series.

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