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Book Title: Media Justice|
Date of issue: December 7th 2014
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The author of the book: Dennis Carstens
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 9.52 MB
Edition: Dennis Carstens
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The third Marc Kadella legal mystery, courtroom drama
A young, single mother, a widow, meets a nice young man and begins dating him. Just when she starts to believe she may have found a father for her two year old daughter, the boyfriend and her child disappear in the middle of the night. Frantically she searches for him, terrified of telling her mother the little girl is missing. The police are brought in and when it becomes obvious to them that the boyfriend, who has not been seen by any of the girl’s friends, family or coworkers, is a lie, they begin to suspect her.
Eventually, the child’s remains are found in the Mississippi, all that is left is a skeleton. The investigation turns on the young mother and she is charged with murdering her own daughter. The media is electrified. Coast to coast she is vilified and convicted in the court of public opinion. She becomes one of the most hated people in America.
Marc Kadella and the beautiful Madeline Rivers, convinced of her innocence, take the young woman’s case and fight for her against the heavy hand of the government. All the while, the mysterious boyfriend is lurking around the fringe of the case watching with amusement as his macabre plan unfolds.
By the author of the Marc Kadella legal mysteries, The Key To Justice and Desperate Justice, Dennis Carstens
Read information about the authorDennis Carstens was born in Worthington, MN, and has lived most of his life in the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul. He received a BA from the University of Minnesota and his J.D. from a highly respected private law school, William Mitchell, in St. Paul. A veteran of the U.S. Air Force and a retired trial lawyer, Carstens brings these life experiences to his fiction for a dose of realism and accuracy missing from much of the legal thriller genre today.
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