Right the Wrong by Diana Deverell

Right the Wrong

byDiana Deverell

Kobo ebook | March 25, 2015

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For an ex-con, no prison visit is routine. When the gate in the perimeter fence slams shut behind Nora Dockson, her gut churns.

She hates the concertina wire topping the chainlinks. The black-uniformed guard eyeing her suspiciously. The petty rules dictating when and where she can stand. Sit. Breathe.

But Nora pulled herself out of the gutter and became an appeals lawyer. Her clients are behind bars and that’s where she meets them.

All are convicted felons but not all are guilty of murder. Struggling to make a broken system free the innocent, she forces herself to go back inside. Though she knows that a prison can crush the soul of anyone who enters . . . .

Right the Wrong is “an engaging legal thriller . . . in what I hope will be a long-running series.” (Stephen Campbell, CrimeFiction.FM).

A Macavity Award-nominee acclaimed for “sharp storytelling” (Publishers Weekly), Diana Deverell brings you an intriguing heroine and an ongoing cast of entertaining characters in her gripping legal thrillers. Buy Right the Wrong today and enjoy the series.

Title:Right the WrongFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:March 25, 2015Publisher:Sorrel PressLanguage:English

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ISBN:9990050317092

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't Miss This One Diana Deverell's new book, "Right the Wrong," continues the story of Nora Dockson, ex-con turned attorney for the Spokane Legal Resource Center. Nora navigates tricky legal and political issues while pursuing appeals for two people unjustly sentenced to life in prison. Meanwhile, her lover, State Trooper Kent Harper, faces his own challenges when he's tapped to head up a new crime-fighting task force in Spokane. Nora's old cellmate Winnie, now out of prison, reappears in her life, along with a dangerous figure from Nora's past. The suspense builds as Nora pursues justice while confronting her own demons. Plenty of legal maneuvering, cop action, characters who are developing in believable ways from the first book in the series, and fantastic descriptions of Spokane and eastern Washington - I was ready to move to Spokane by the end of the book!
Date published: 2015-04-14