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In the second entry in this "sharp, new crime series," the search for a missing judge leads Samantha Kincaid into Portland politics and a labyrinth of crime, corruption, and cover-ups
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Deputy District Attorney Samantha Kincaid is back at work after an attempt on her life and a promotion into the Major Crimes Unit. When the husband of Portland, Oregon, city judge Clarissa Easterbrook reports her missing and Samantha is called out on the case, she assumes her only job is to make the district attorney look good until the judge turns up. When the police discover evidence of foul play, however, Samantha finds herself unearthing secrets that Clarissa had wanted to stay hidden, the lingering personal tolls of a crime that occurred decades ago. And when those secrets lead to the discovery of corruption at the highest levels of the city's power structure, Samantha realizes that her quest for justice could cost her not only her job but her life.
In the skillfully plotted, highly suspenseful follow-up to her acclaimed debut, Judgment Calls, Alafair Burke once again demonstrates that "she's got what it takes" (Michael Connelly). With its irreverent heroine and seamless blend of squad rooms, street scenes, and courtroom drama, Missing Justice confirms Burke's place among the genre's most talented and exciting newcomers.


Missing Justice
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Many mistakes
August 3rd, 2015
I found at lest 500 mistakes in my copy and made it hard to read Al tho the story line was good it was very hard to follow because of the mistakes in the e book.
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Missing Justic3
March 3rd, 2015
There are more than 100 spelling errors in this book. There are at least 50 words that are incorrect ie die instead of the.
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Missing Justice
January 5th, 2014
Excellent story. Unfortunately the massive number of digital errors took some of the enjoyment out of the read.
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