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Former Dallas prosecutor Lorezno Reed has relocated to Florida with his girlfriend. He has a new job, a new home, and is hoping to start a new life.

He wasn't expecting his partner and boss to be Kate Noals, an established defense attorney with whom he shares intimate history.

He also wasn't expecting his first case to be a capital murder trial where the defendant is black a
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Published December 16th 2020 by Kindle Direct Publishing
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An absolute tour de force from one of today's most talented authors, "Liberation" showcases Hildreth's indisputable literary mastery and versatility as a powerful entry into the legal thriller genre. ...more
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Steven Hildreth, Jr. is an author, Iraq War veteran, and firearms enthusiast.

Upon leaving the active duty Army, Hildreth set out to become a thriller novelist. He has published four novels between two series, with plans to publish more in the near future.

In October of 2015, Hildreth reached the national stage with a Facebook post revolving around a traffic stop with the Tucson Police Department, u

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