Private Sector by Brian Haig

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In this, Sean Drummond's fourth outing, the wisecracking, bull-in-a-china-shop J.A.G. lawyer gets loaned out to a white-shoe law firm whose #1 client, a telecom giant, may be vacuuming up intelligence for a foreign power.

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Brian Haig has had articles published in The New York Times and USA Today. He lives with his wife and four children in New Jersey.
Published December 12, 2007 by Grand Central Publishing. 460 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Crime, History, Travel. Fiction

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Drummond, now released from the restraints of corporate law, takes on the whodunit challenge and won’t rest until the killer is tracked down and confronted: a one-on-one deal that turns out more ludicrous than chilling (“We both chuckled, a couple of adolescents trading dopey insults and playgrou...

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Drummond was to meet Morrow on the night she.

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Major Sean Drummond loves the army and his job as a defense attorney representing soldiers in black-ops who broke the law.

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