Criminal seduction by Darian North

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A courtroom drama.
 

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Published January 1, 1993 by Dutton. 534 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Action & Adventure. Fiction

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Next, building on his information from her and a growing network of contacts, he'll uncover further, darker secrets about Bram's childhood in Kansas (yep, Kansas) with his monstrously abusive father and his adoptive brother Al, who kept returning to Bram's life but mysteriously disappeared after ...

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North's sizable and ambitious debut, a suspense thriller seen through the eyes of an aspiring true-crime writer, has its roots in a turgid and improbable family melodrama set in the hinterlands of Kan

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North's ambitious debut depicts the cultural dislocation of a true-crime writer from Kansas covering a seamy murder trial in New York City.

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Failing cattle rancher and amateur novelist Owen Byrne comes to New York to cover a juicy court case involving the alleged murder of famous artist Bram Serian by his Eurasian wife Lenore.

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