Show Of Evil by William Diehl

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In this sequel to "Primal Fear", Martin Vail, Chicago's most successful lawyer, is beginning to regret his sucessful bid to save Aaron Stampler, an evil monster, from the electric chair. Even from the relative security of a prison hospital, Stampler is once again up to his wicked tricks.
 

About William Diehl

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William Diehl is the author of the bestsellers Sharky's Machine, Thai Horse, Hooligans, Chameleon, 27, and Primal Fear. He lives on St. Simons Island, Georgia, with his wife, Virginia Gunn, and his daughter, Temple.
 
Published July 17, 1995 by William Heinemann Ltd. 480 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Political & Social Sciences. Fiction

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Vail defended Stampler in Primal Fear and plea-bargained him (via a multiple-personality disorder) into a psychiatric hospital to avoid the death penalty.

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After a twist of fate catapults Vail into the D.A.'s chair, however, the two find themselves on opposite sides of the bar as Venable is maneuvered into defending a long-abused secretary accused of killing her boss.

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In this sequel to Diehl's Primal Fear, an incarcerated serial killer's enemies begin meeting grisly deaths.

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