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MISCARRIAGE OF JUSTICE
by Kip Gayden

Genre: Inspirational, Historical Romance, Mystery/Thriller/Suspense

2008 Inspirational Novel Nominee

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The story of this debut novel is taken from actual events in the turn-of-the century South. Gayden, a First Circuit Court judge in Nashville, Tenn., has written a novel that compels from the very first page.

Anna Dotson is married to Walter, a prominent doctor, and has two great children, yet her life seems dull. Even the local ladies' society has lost its appeal. She needs to do something to change her life. When handsome, charming Charlie Cobb befriends Walter, he takes notice of Anna, and things will never be the same. A public murder, trial and a killer's confession will change all of their lives forever. (Center Street, Feb., 327 pp., $22.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: Center Street

Published: February 2008

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