|Author: David Hosp|
|Hosp''s bestselling, ripped-from-the-headlines novel about a lawyer on a mission to uncover the truth about a cop''s murder is red hot fiction rooted in stone cold fact--a legal thriller to rival the best from Grisham or Turow (Lee Child).|
From the Publisher:
Boston lawyer Scott Finn, who is operating solo after leaving a prestigious firm, accepts a dangerous assignment involving an attack on a policewoman and an El Salvadoran immigrant with ties to a notorious Central American gang.Struggling Boston attorney Scott Finn is happy to do any legal work-until he lands the most twisted case of his career. Fifteen years ago, a female cop was viciously beaten and shot. Fingerprint evidence sent a man named Vincente Salazar to prison for fifty years. But today new DNA clues suggest he's innocent-and Finn is determined to find the truth. Then the cops block his investigation and the victim, who survived, won't talk to him. As his case unravels, Finn is shocked to discover that many of Boston's finest are risking their badges-and even their lives-to lie about this crime. Now the thin blue line between guilt and innocence stretches from Central America to the Boston suburbs . . . and is about to entangle Finn in its deadly web.