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Conflict Of Interest
Hyperion, Feb 2002, 24.95, 320 pp. ISBN 07868 66209 Joanne Kuhlman, an assistant district attorney in Ventura County, California, is not having an easy time of it personally or professionally. Two years ago her husband became so involved in gambling that he stood to lose everything they jointly owned. He ran, taking their two children with him and giving them all different IDs so they couldn't easily be traced. It took a private detective ...
First Offense
Ann Carlisle, a probation officer in Ventura County, California, gets shot one evening after she leaves work and starts walking home. She is taken to the hospital and recovers--the shot did not seriously injure her, and she thinks it was a random shooting. However, when the policemen tell her that the ignition wires in her Jeep were cut, she realizes she was intentionally shot, but she doesn't know who would want to shoot her. The police think the m...
Mitigating Circumstances
An assistant DA is forced to watch her 13 yr old daughter get raped. She goes out to get revenge, only to find out she may have picked the wrong culprit. In the midst of all this, she has a new relationship with a co-worker. She struggles with whether or not to confide in her new lover....
Sullivan's Justice
Kensington, May 2005, 24.00, 325 pp. ISBN 0758206194 Ventura County probation officer Carolyn Sullivan has an uncanny knack for getting prisoners to confess to her whey they won't speak to anyone else. She uses what they say to insure the judge gives them the maximum amount of prison time. Her latest subject is Raphael Moreno who was convicted of second degree murder in the deaths of his mother, sister and a family of five, one of which was a s...

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Sullivan's Law
Kensington, May 2004, 24.00, 320 pp. ISBN: 0758206186 Raising two children alone and attending law school part-time would fill up most people's days and nights, but Ventura County probation officer Carolyn Sullivan also is overworked with a caseload of over two-hundred offenders. However, the media and the public do not care about her workload when one of her probationers, Eddie Downly rapes an eight year old girl. Everyone at work suggests a l...

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