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Supreme Justice: A Novel Of Suspense (edition 2009)

by Gary Hardwick (Author)

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Title:Supreme Justice: A Novel Of Suspense
Authors:Gary Hardwick (Author)
Info:HarperCollins e-books (2009), Edition: Reprint, 420 pages
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0380818833, Mass Market Paperback)

Young U.S. attorney Marshall Jackson is handed the biggest case of his career when Supreme Court Justice Farrel Douglas is gunned down in Detroit. Conservative Justice Douglas had more than a few enemies in the city's African-American community, and no one is surprised when one of its most notorious radical activists is charged with the crime.

But when contradictory evidence turns up that suggests there is more to the murder than meets the eye, Marshall is forced to take the investigation into his own hands, aided by his childhood-friend-turned-cop Danny Cavanaugh. They discover there is one other person who can nail the killer, a man whom Marshall hates -- Moses, a hardened street criminal...and his twin brother.

Marshall will risk everything to follow a twisted trail of guilt, suspicion, and murder straight up the political ranks to a dangerous -- and unexpected -- source.

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Two black twins in Detroit end up on opposite sides of the law. One is a killer, the other is Marshall Jackson, assistant U.S. attorney. When a black judge on the Supreme Court is gunned down and Jackson is given the case, the killer's contacts promise to become useful. By the author of Cold Medina.

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