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The Hidden Man

Author: David Ellis
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On a hot summer night two-year-old Audrey Cutler was snatched from her bed and never seen again. Twenty-six years later, her brother, Sammy, fatefully crosses paths with the man the police failed to convict for her abduction and murder. Within weeks that man is murdered. Attorney Jason Kolarich, Sammy's childhood friend, is engaged to defend him. But can he trust the people who hired him? Why are they paying for Sammy's defence? And why, when Kolarich's investigations lead the police to a buried cache of children's bodies, do they kidnap his brother and threaten his life? As the clock ticks for both his brother and his friend, Jason must discover the shocking truth in order to save them and, finally, to save himself.


The Wrong Man A Jason Kolarich Novel 3

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A young girl is murdered with a single bullet through her skull.A homeless man is arrested, and as the evidence against him stacks up, everyone thinks he's guilty – except lawyer Jason Kolarich.Jason can't resist the urge to dig deeper, and begins to uncover a much darker reason for Kathy's death.What he finds will crack the case wide open. Someone is training for a war against the government. Everyone is going to pay for what they did.


The Last Alibi A Jason Kolarich Novel 4

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Jason Kolarich, defense lawyer, has a new client. James Drinker walks into his office, terrified he's being framed: two women have recently been murdered, seemingly by the same killer. One woman was his ex-girlfriend and the other, a friend. He has no alibi for the night of either murder. Something about Drinker seems off from the start, but Kolarich doesn't give it too much thought. Until another murder occurs. And then another. As he begins to probe his client's life and story more closely, it quickly becomes clear that nothing about James Drinker is what it seems... and that the target of the frame isn't Drinker, but Kolarich. Unable to stop a serial killer - and prove his own innocence - without breaking his attorney-client privilege, Jason Kolarich must hunt for the truth about James Drinker, the series of brutal murders, and why he's been set up. The answers will be beyond anything he could have imagined.


The Last Alibi

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Jason Kolarich has fought many cases. This time, he's fighting for his life. Jason Kolarich, defense lawyer, has it all. Until James Drinker walks into his office. Terrified he's being framed for murder, James is desperate for Jason's help. But as Jason investigates his client's story, it becomes clear that nothing about Drinker is what it seems. Unable to stop a serial killer without breaking his attorney-client oath, Jason must find out the truth, before he loses everything.


The Wrong Man

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A young girl is murdered with a single bullet through her skull. A homeless man is arrested, and as the evidence against him stacks up, everyone thinks he's guilty - except lawyer Jason Kolarich. Jason can't resist the urge to dig deeper, and begins to uncover a much darker reason for her death. What he finds will crack the case wide open. An army is training for a war against the government. Everyone is going to pay for what they did.


Shakespeare s Practical Jokes

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Female victims and female jokers -- The privileges of rank -- Falstaff -- The ideal victim -- How far can you go? -- The triumph over shame -- Practical jokes and evil practices.


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Robert Grieve

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Fungal Infections of the Skin and Nails

Author: Raimo E. Suhonen
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This concise, comprehensive guide is divided into two sections; nails and the skin. Each section includes information on the types of infections, aetiology, diagnostic procedures, such as sampling techniques, and therapy, including topical, systemic and adjunctive.


That Man Shakespeare

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This second book in the Icons of Modern Culture series traces the growth of Shakespeare's reputation after his death and the demand that arose for a satisfactory image of the writer responsible for so much intense and varied pleasure. It shows how legend was used to compensate for the lack of reliable information about Shakespeare's life, and the different ways in which succeeding generations dealt with such apparent difficulties as, for instance, the warmth of his addresses to a man in the Sonnets or his supposed ill-treatment of his wife in his will. 'Who was William Shakespeare?' is a question which has not only been answered differently in different generations but also in different ways by scholars, biographers, novelists, dramatists and poets. This lack of consensus has neither inhibited the belief that 'Shakespeare' is universally known, nor lessened the commercial and publicity value of his image: a paradox which this book amply illustrates.