Troubled Waters by Carolyn Wheat

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After her brother, a quadriplegic Vietnam veteran, is charged with a murder that took place years ago, attorney Cass Jameson immediately takes on the case to defend him, but as various personal issues start to become public, she begins to fear what may eventually surface."

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Carolyn Wheat, a former defense attorney with the Legal Aid Society in Brooklyn, New York, is the author of four previous Cass Jameson novels, including Where Nobody Dies, the Edgar Award-nominated Dead Man's Thoughts, Fresh Kills and the Edgar Award-nominated Mean Streak. Her short story, "Life, for Short" published in the collection Sisters in Crime 4, was nominated for a Macavity Award, and her short story, "Accidents Will Happen" published in the collection Malice Domestic 5 was nominated for an Agatha Award.
Published August 1, 1997 by Berkley Hardcover. 252 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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The shocking resurfacing of a long-vanished fugitive--Cass Jameson's old friend and fellow-activist Jan Gebhardt turns herself in to the authorities--yanks Cass out of her New York orbit to the side of her quadriplegic brother in Ohio and back in time to 1982, when Ron Jameson allegedly drove his...

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