Guilt by Association
Mulholland Books presents...GUILT BY ASSOCIATION A Deputy DA specialising in high-profile cases, Rachel Knight is addicted to her work and fiercely loyal to her friends. But when her colleague Jake is found dead in a seedy Los Angeles hotel room next to the body of a teenage male prostitute,... show more
Mulholland Books presents...GUILT BY ASSOCIATION A Deputy DA specialising in high-profile cases, Rachel Knight is addicted to her work and fiercely loyal to her friends. But when her colleague Jake is found dead in a seedy Los Angeles hotel room next to the body of a teenage male prostitute, Rachel realises she might not know those around her as well as she thinks. The police want to write off Jake's death as a straightforward murder/suicide. Rachel doesn't believe it's that simple. Warned off the case but determined to track down her friend's killer, the investigation takes her through the dark and tangled city from its wealthy suburbs to its seamy downtown heart. And a truth so dangerous it could kill her.
Publish date: April 20th 2011
Publisher: Mulholland Books
Pages no: 356
Edition language: English
Series: Rachel Knight (#1)
I was falling in love with the personalities of Rachel Knight and her team, Toni, and Jake Pahlmeyer, when shortly thereafter Jake was found dead in a sleazy motel together with seventeen-year-old Kit Chalmers, a kid raised in the foster care system. Jake had kept his personal life to himself, yet ...
For those of us who enjoy a good suspense thriller I have to tell you that Marcia Clark is another author to check out. “Guilt by Association: A Rachel Knight Novel” was published by Mulholland Books This was my first book of hers that I have read and the name was vaguely familiar to me in some dark...
Droopy, I assumed was Hector Amaya's gang moniker. I wondered why they were always so unflattering. Me, I would've at least picked something like Foxy or Jet. Which, I supposed, explained in part why I wasn't gang material. I was invited on NetGalley to read the books of this series and being the b...
Review originally posted on my review blog Blood Rose BooksIn her debut novel former prosecutor Marcia Clark, brings to the front to age old question are things always what they seem and just because you know someone does that make you guilty too?Rachel Knight is one of the top D.A. Prosecutors in ...
This started reasonably badly and got better and better. I loved the three female protagonists who were clever, resourceful and tough without any of them being stereotypical. The fact they got together seemed entirely natural. Great plot, writing ok.
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