The Hidden Man by David Ellis
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Jason Kolarich is a Chicago attorney with a lineman's build, a razor- sharp intellect-and the grief of a tragic personal loss. When an estranged childhood friend is charged with murder, Kolarich must create a solid defense-even while doubting his client's innocence. But it soon becomes clear that Kolarich will have to uncover long-forgotten events from their shared childhoods to save his friend-and bring a relentless killer to justice before he strikes again.


About David Ellis

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DAVID ELLIS is the author of eight thrillers, including, most recently, Guilty Wives, written with James Patterson. He is an attorney in Chicago who recently served as the House prosecutor who tried and impeached Governor Rod Blagojevich before the Illinois Senate.
Published August 29, 2009 by Berkley. 480 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction, Horror, Crime, Education & Reference. Fiction

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A buried crime bears bitter fruit 27 years later.

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After Audrey Cutler is snatched from her bedroom in the middle of the night, the lives of her seven-year-old brother, Sammy, and his best friend, Jason Kolarich, are forever scarred by the tragedy.

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— but concludes there must be some history here … maybe as far back as the murder of Sammy's little sister.Much of the strength in The Hidden Man comes from Jason's character, his role as a defense attorney, and the strategies he employs to win the case against his client.

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