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Fault Lines (Trish Maguire #2)

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The brilliant and idealistic Trish Maguire returns in a devastating case of corruption and conspiracy.

In a particularly difficult case of alleged child abuse, Trish knows that the jury's decision hinges on the persuasive testimony of her friend and star witness, Kara Huggate. When Kara doesn't appear at the trial, she realizes that something must have gone terribly wrong.

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Hardcover, 272 pages
Published April 9th 2000 by Minotaur Books (first published 1999)
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J
MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.

I haven't read the Trish Maguire books in sequence, because i haven't been able to find them at my local library in sequence.

It is fun, though, to sequence them in my mind on the basis of salient details.

I deduce this one is fairly early in the saga as:
1) Barrister Trish has a huge fall-out w. George (which happened early in their relationship, later novels
say)
2) Trish's little half brother isn't yet on the scene (he arrives and becomes a fixture in later books)
3) Trish...more
Rebecca
I consider myself to be very well rounded when it comes to my mystery writers and I'm wondering how I never managed to read a Natasha Cooper book before! I was lured in by the quote on the cover of the book, "Trish Maguire is a heroine for our times!"- Val McDermid- Now Val is one of my favorite writers ever, so if she gives someone high praise, it must be good! The plot line was excellent and kept me guessing until the end. I am excited to read more Trish Maguire books now!
Al
One of the books in the Trish Maquire series - as usual, well written - an entertaining read ending with a bit of a cliff-hanger!
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aka N.J. Cooper, Kate Hatfield, Clare Layton, Daphne Wright.

Natasha Cooper was Chairman of the Crime Writers' Association in 2000/2001. She reviews books in THE TIMES, THE TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT and the NEW LAW JOURNAL. She is the author of, among others, FAULT LINES and PREY TO ALL.
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