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RICOCHET
by Sandra Brown

Genre: Mystery/Suspense/Thriller, Suspense

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Detective Duncan Hatcher is beyond furious when Judge Cato Laird grants killer Robert Savich a mistrial. Duncan and his partner, DeeDee Bowen, are
still fuming when they are called out
to a fatal shooting at Laird's house. According to Laird and his beautiful
trophy wife, Elise, a man broke into
the house and Elise shot him
in self-defense.

Something about the case doesn't add up, but without evidence, all Duncan can do is keep digging. When Elise approaches him secretly and drops a bombshell, he doesn't believe her wild accusations for a moment. Still, everyone in this drama is playing their cards close to their chests, and witnesses conveniently keep turning up dead. To bring down a killer, Duncan may wind up putting his integrity and his life on the line.

Corruption, greed and power are a nasty combination, and certain characters demonstrate them all in abundance. From page one, the awesome Brown
does an excellent job dishing out chilling suspense and double-crossing motives. The obsessive love story ratchets up the emotions as the hero finds himself in
a fairly untenable situation. (Aug., 385 pp., $25.95)

Reviewed By: Jill M. Smith

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

Published: August 2006

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