Tainted Evidence by Robert Daley

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When a heavily armed drug dealer and murder suspect, holed up in an abandoned tenement in Harlem, shoots five cops in a botched police raid, the Manhattan district attorney’s office has what appears to be a high-profile, open and shut case.

Ignoring his politically ambitions chief assistant, the aging DA assigns it to Karen Henning, chief of the trials division, highest ranking woman in the office.  Karen is smart, good looking, fiercely independent.  She is also married and the mother of two, and she is forced now to cope with the DA’s thwarted chief assistant, with the advances of the handsome detective assigned to her, and with the all-consuming case which has turned out to be far more complicated than anyone suspected, and which now threatens both her marriage and her career. 


About Robert Daley

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New York Times bestselling author Robert Daley is a native New Yorker who has written more than twenty books. His numerous experiences have found there way into his writing. He served in the Air Force, worked as publicity director for the New York Giants football team, spent six years as a European sports correspondent for The New York Times, and became the NYPD deputy police commissioner in charge of public affairs from 1971-1972. Since then, he has become a full-time writer. He and his French-born wife keep homes in Connecticut and Nice.
Published July 7, 2009 by Riviera Productions Ltd.. 448 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Daley works up Henning's background vigorously, focusing on her shaky family life--her husband resents her success- -and firing up readers to root for her as she's suddenly named D.A.

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