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A Suggestion of Death (Lucinda Hayes #2)

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In her national bestseller Render Up the Body, former federal prosecutor Marianne Wesson delivered an “intense legal drama” (Sara Paretsky). Now, Wesson’s unforgettable heroine, Colorado attorney Cinda Hayes, is the heart and soul of a thrilling and authentic new novel—a page-turner that ranks with the best suspense fiction of Scott Turow and Linda Fairstein.

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Hardcover, 341 pages
Published February 22nd 2000 by Atria Books (first published 2000)
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Peggy Ferrell
Before I discuss this book I want to say that there will be spoilers. I really wanted to like this book. I really gave it a good try. I read the entire book even though every evening I was disappointed and frustrated. Like I said, I really wanted to like this book, but I did not. The book had plenty of potential but fell short of grasping my interest.

The main character is an attorney who begins to help a troubled young woman who has flashbacks of memories that she knew were horrible but she coul
Jan 21, 2010 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really like this author and, of course, her characters. Lawyer Cinda Hayes and her friends and associates continue in this second novel. Like most law stories the details can be difficult but Wesson makes them easy to understand and her descriptions of the Colorado landscape are lovely. The plot is full of surprizes and brings in many situations to puzzle about. Like the first novel, "Render Up the Body" this one does not end with a glow--but maybe it does-------.
Dec 16, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
lt was one of those fast reads. this author puts her words together well.
l found l couldnt put it down.
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Marianne Wesson (known to friends as Mimi) grew up in Dallas, Texas, graduated from Vassar College and the University of Texas Law School, and began teaching at the University of Colorado Law School in 1976. She lives on a ranch in Larimer County, Colorado, with her husband Ben Herr, ten llamas, various cats and dogs, and visiting elk, coyotes, and bears.

As a scholar, Mimi is best known for her c
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Lucinda Hayes (3 books)
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