Lawyered to Death by Michael Biehl
A Karen Hayes Mystery

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This book is a story both of murder and of the corruption that masquerades as business savvy in many large organizations, never more timely than in today's post-Enron era.
 

About Michael Biehl

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Michael Biehl graduated from Harvard College and Harvard Law School and recently retired as a partner at Foley & Lardner in Milwaukee, where he specialized in law governing health care systems. He's also a professional musician, playing keyboard with regional blues bands.
 
Published October 28, 2003 by Bridge Works. 320 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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A legal-procedural-cum-mystery featuring a sexual-harassment scam linked to murder at a Midwest hospital.

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Legal and medical intrigue abound in Michael Biehl's Lawyered to Death: A Karen Hayes Mystery, the sequel to Doctored Evidence (2002), which will appear in a Berkley Prime Crime paperback simultane

Oct 27 2003 | Read Full Review of Lawyered to Death: A Karen Ha...

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Legal and medical intrigue abound in Michael Biehl's Lawyered to Death: A Karen Hayes Mystery, the sequel to Doctored Evidence (2002), which will appear in a Berkley Prime Crime paperback simultaneously.

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It’s bad enough when a beautiful hospital staff worker accuses him of sexually harassing her, but when his wife, who was a patient at the hospital following a domestic disturbance at their home, dies under suspicious circumstances, the administrator’s troubles explode.

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