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LUKE GARRISON SERIES : The Disappearance, Above The Law, And A Killing In The Valley (2017)
(eBook)


Published: [United States]: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller, 2017 Made available through hoopla
Description:  1 online resource
ISBN/ISSN: 9781504047432 (electronic bk.), 1504047435 (electronic bk.),
Language:  English


The Disappearance: Luke Garrison was a celebrated Santa Barbara DA-until he mistakenly sent a man to the gas chamber. Now, when the daughter of a media tycoon is murdered and the city is crying out for blood, Garrison has the unenviable job of defending the accused. And with so many false leads, family secrets, and killer twists, Garrison's life and career are on trial too. Above the Law: In this New York Times bestseller, Luke Garrison must investigate a government cover-up. After a DEA raid ends in the death of a notorious drug overlord, defense attorney Garrison is persuaded by his old colleague Nora Ray to investigate. She's convinced that the murder of the vicious kingpin is not what it seems-but rather part of a greater conspiracy that's now drawing them into the line of fire. A Killing in the Valley: Maria Estrada, a hard-partying girl with family ties to some of the toughest gangsters in California, has been raped and murdered in the mansion of one the wealthiest landowners in the Santa Ynez Valley. Attorney Luke Garrison and PI Kate Blanchard must locate the elusive connection between the poverty where Maria was raised and the affluence of where she died

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