Sullivan's Law by Rosenberg Nancy Taylor
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A fast-paced thriller. . .Carolyn Sullivan is so human and determined that it's almost impossible not to race to the end to see what happens to her next. --Publishers Weekly

Carolyn Sullivan, probation officer in Ventura County, California, has a lot on her plate. One of her probationers has just been arrested for rape, and she's got a court-mandated report to turn in. Then without warning, she's assigned a sensitive case that's sure to turn up the heat even more--supervising convicted killer Daniel Metroix.

Twenty-three years ago, Metroix went to prison for the murder of a teenage boy. Metroix's file indicates that he's unpredictable and dangerous. But what's more unsettling is his claim that he's innocent--a claim that Carolyn tries to dismiss, until what should be a routine meeting erupts into an inferno that nearly kills them both.

Now Carolyn is diving into a case that everyone else seems to want to keep closed. . .one that leads behind the glossy exteriors of Ventura's most prominent sons into the darkest corners of a killer's soul. Someone doesn't want the truth revealed. And that someone will strike at the heart of Carolyn's worst fear in an attempt to silence her for good.

"A guaranteed adrenaline rush."--Tess Gerritsen

"Engaging, with enough excitement to keep thrill-seekers happy." --New York Daily News

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg's fourteen-year career in law enforcement included jobs with the Dallas Police Department, The New Mexico State police, the Ventura Police and the Ventura County Probation Department, where she was a superior court investigator. All of her novels have been New York Times bestsellers: Mitigating Circumstances, Interest of Justice, First Offense, California Angel, Trial by Fire, Abuse of Power, Buried Evidence and Conflict of Interest. Her books have been translated into numerous languages and have been bestsellers in many countries. Her writing program for inner city youths, Voices of Tomorrow, has received national attention. Nancy Taylor Rosenberg has been featured in People magazine and has appeared on Prime Time Live, The Today Show, Rivera Live, Entertainment Tonight, and CNN's Talk Back Live. She lives in the Los Angeles area.


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NANCY TAYLOR ROSENBERG spent fourteen years in law enforcement, including affiliations with the Dallas Police Department, the New Mexico State Police, the Ventura Police, and the Ventura County Probation Department, where she was a superior court investigator.  Her first novel, Mitigating Circumstances, quickly became a New York Times bestseller, as have Rosenberg’s subsequent novels, including Interest of Justice, First Offense, and Buried Evidence.
Published March 31, 2001 by Pinnacle Books. 390 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Business & Economics, Crime, Political & Social Sciences, Religion & Spirituality, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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Despite juggling law school, single parenthood—her writer husband showed an unlovely side under the influence of drugs and drink—and a full caseload, Carolyn can see that Daniel tells a pretty convincing story of innocence for a guy who hears voices.

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