By Brad Meltzer
Attorney Sara Tate is at risk of wasting her new task with the ny District Attorney's workplace if she doesn't get spotted fast. shrewdpermanent and tough—a fighter who makes issues happen—she grabs a high-profile housebreaking case which can make her profession. There are difficulties: Sara's husband, Jared, is the legal professional for the safeguard . . . and she's been warned that if she doesn't get a conviction, Jared could be killed. What she doesn't comprehend is that her husband has acquired an analogous chance. until his shopper walks, Sara's existence is over.
Unaware of the stakes at the different facet and compelled to maintain their secrets and techniques from one another, husband and spouse turn into sour adversaries, locked in a vicious head-to-head conflict within the court docket and at domestic. And there might be no victor during this struggle.
No topic who wins . . . an individual dies.
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