Dark Harbor by David Hosp

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A stunning debut thriller reminiscent of the novels of David Baldacci. When the body of his co-worker and ex-lover is found in Boston Harbor, attorney Sean Finn becomes a suspect in her murder. With an ambitious female police detective also after answers, Finn is unaware of what's at stake if the truth about the killing is finally uncovered.

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DAVID HOSP lives inCohasset, Massachusetts
Published October 23, 2008 by Grand Central Publishing. 432 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime. Fiction

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(The latter’s demented, Hannibal Lecter–style musings periodically interrupt the narrative.) Finn feels obligated to find the killer of his friend, so now he’s on the case as well, soon edging close to Linda.

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Finn and Flaherty begin a delicate dance in which they uneasily aid each other's investigation while Finn becomes a more likely suspect --- and their grudging mutual attraction for each other doesn't make things any easier.

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Natalie Caldwell is the former lover of Scott Finn who works for one of the city's most elite law firms.

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As the prime suspect in her murder, Finn begins digging deep into Caldwell’s past including leads she identified for an upcoming courtroom battle, leads that twist, turn and delve deep into Boston’s dark underbelly.

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