Saturday, December 10, 2011

One Man's Paradise

One Man's Paradise
by Douglas Corleone

Kevin Corvelli was a rising star in New York City's legal world until his arrogance cost a client his life. Corvelli, appalled at his own behavior, packed his bags and moved to Honolulu vowing to handle only misdemeanors. He is through with high-profile murders and the accompanying media spotlight. But his first case is a headline grabbing murder. Joseph Gianforte, Jr. is accused of tracking his ex-girlfriend to Hawaii and bludgeoning her to death. Corvelli is convinced that Gianforte is innocent and he is determined not let another innocent man go to jail. This page-turner sparkles with great characters and wit. [If you enjoy this, you may also wish to try the works of Robert Dugoni or John Verdon.] -- recommended by Donna G. - Virtual Services Department

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