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The Ophelia Cut (MP3) - John Lescroart

The Ophelia Cut (MP3)

Author: John Lescroart
Read by: David Colacci

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Published: 1st January 2014
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The first Dismas Hardy thriller since 2009.

Moses McGuire has good reason to be concerned about his beautiful twenty-three year-old daughter, Brittany. She moves quickly from one boyfriend to the next, and always seems to prefer a new and mysterious stranger to a man she knows something about. But her most recent ex, Rick Jessup, isn’t willing to let her go, culminating in a terrible night when Brittany is raped. Within twenty-four hours, Rick Jessup is dead, Moses McGuire is the prime suspect in the investigation, and Dismas Hardy has been hired as the defence. Making things even more complicated, McGuire has fallen off the wagon, and his stay in prison could bring to light old secrets that would destroy Hardy and his closest colleagues’ careers.

As the overwhelming evidence against McGuire piles up, Dismas Hardy focuses on planting doubt in the minds of the jurors – until, in a feat of legal ingenuity that is staggering in both its implications and its simplicity, Hardy sees a new way forward that might just save them all. But at what price?

About the Author

John Lescroart is the New York Times Bestselling author of twenty-three novels, including most recently The Hunter, available online and in bookstores now. He has written fifteen novels in the San Francisco based Dismas Hardy/Abe Glitsky series. Libraries Unlimited has included him in its publication The 100 Most Popular Thriller and Suspense Authors, his books have been translated into twenty languages in more than seventy-five countries, and his short stories appear in many anthologies.

ISBN: 9781480565517
ISBN-10: 1480565512
Series: Dismas Hardy #14
Audience: General
Format: MP3 CD
Language: English
Published: 1st January 2014
Weight (kg): 0.5