Forcing Amaryllis by Louise Ure

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- FORCING AMARYLLIS provides a new slant on courtroom mysteries. Louise Ure pulls back the curtain on jury consulting: the combination of psychology and marketing that has fascinated the nation in major courtroom battles since the O.J. Simpson trial.- The atmosphere of the Southwest is almost a character in this richly drawn novel, from the descriptions of the heat to the food and the landscape.- FORCING AMARYLLIS marks the debut of a sensational new talent. As a fourth generation Tucsonian, Louise Ure has a deep appreciation of the magic, the mystery, and the legends of the desert southwest, which endows this novel with potent and captivating details.

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Louise currently lives in San Francisco with her husband and whichever senior golden retriever rescue dog has most recently captured her heart. She is the Shamus-Award winning author of Forcing Amaryllis. This is her second novel.
Published June 20, 2005 by Mysterious Press. 352 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A trial consultant risks life and career to pursue the man who assaulted her sister and left her for dead.

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