Conduct in Question: The First in a Trilogy

Paperback | September 29, 2005

byMary E. Martin

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'A fast paced legal thriller written by an insider."-Rosemary Aubert, author of the Ellis Portal mystery series

Lawyer Harry Jenkins longs for freedom and love. Trapped under his senior partner's thumb for years and in a dead marriage, he has nearly reached his breaking point. The city is haunted by the spectre of the Florist, a sadistic murderer with an artistic flair, who believes he is called to judge the worthiness of his victims. When his partner drops dead in the office, Harry is free to make his own mistakes. Almost immediately, he is swept into a massive money-laundering scheme by the enigmatic Mr. Chin and into a conflict with his wealthy client Marjorie Deighton. When he finds Marjorie dead, he senses foul play. Are the Florist's murders and Mr. Chin's shady dealings connected? Can Harry find the answers before the Florist strikes again? Fortunately, the beautiful Natasha is there to guide him to the answers.

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'A fast paced legal thriller written by an insider."-Rosemary Aubert, author of the Ellis Portal mystery seriesLawyer Harry Jenkins longs for freedom and love. Trapped under his senior partner's thumb for years and in a dead marriage, he has nearly reached his breaking point. The city is haunted by the spectre of the Florist, a sadisti...

Mary E. Martin grew up in Toronto where she began practicing law in a small estates firm. In 1999, she became a full-time writer and photographer. Married in 1973, she and her husband live in Toronto and have three adult children.

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:284 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.64 inPublished:September 29, 2005Publisher:IuniverseLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0595358209

ISBN - 13:9780595358205

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