Fifteen years after his crime, in an ostensibly kinder and gentler future, attorney Duke MacNamara, convicted rapist-murderer, is the last man waiting on any death row-- anywhere. Only Barbara Silver, his former law partner, stands by the condemned man. But what she alleges in her final appeal brief to the U.S. Supreme Court defies imagination. Has the government's invasion of privacy been extended to the contents of a man's thoughts —or even his soul?
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A native of Washington, DC, Dave Eberhart earned a Journalism degree from the American University. Before getting underway in a writing career, however, he elected to serve as an officer in the United States Marine Corps.
After three years as a line officer, he was selected for the Funded Excess Leave Law Program, graduating from the University of San Diego School of Law.
Following a career as a trial lawyer, both in and out of the military, Mr. Eberhart returned to writing, and during a five year expatriate period penned five novels while repeating the travels of author F. Scott Fitzgerald through Europe.
After a stint as an editor with APB News in New York City, he became the veterans' affairs editor and later the news editor of the domestic edition Stars and Stripes, the nation's oldest military newspaper.
Presently, he is a writer and editor for NewsMax.com magazine and Web site.
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