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Ten years ago, Carolyn Sullivan recommended a forty-four year sentence for vicious murderer and serial rapist Carl Holden. Cold, cunning, and without remorse, Holden was the kind of criminal the death penalty was made for, and the forensic evidence had him nailed â€“ or so everyone thought. But when the evidence is discredited, Holden is a free man again, and Carolyn is his assigned parole officer. To the state, Holden is a man who has served his time. But Carolyn still remembers the grieving family and the victims who have been betrayed by a miscarriage of justice. She knows Holden for what he is â€“ a stone-cold sociopath â€“ and sheâ€™s determined to see him behind bars forever. Then a chance traffic accident introduces Carolyn to charming and wealthy Marcus Wright, a man who seems to have as many secrets as he does bank accounts. Marcus wants Carolyn, and for the first time in a long time, Carolyn likes being wanted. The killings start again. A body is found in the same location where Carl Holden buried his first victim. As more shocking crimes are uncovered, everything Carolyn has trusted as a professional is put to the test. With the stakes rising higher and time running out, Carolyn takes the biggest gamble of her life, one that could catch a killer or take her straight into her worst nightmare.
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Nancy Taylor Rosenberg’s fourteen-year career in law enforcement included jobs with the Dallas Police Department, the New Mexico State police, the Ventura Police, and the Ventura County Probation Department, where she was a superior court investigator. A New York Times bestselling author, she has won acclaim for her novels. They have been translated into almost every language and have been bestsellers in many countries. Her writing program for inner city youths, Voices of Tomorrow, has received national attention. She lives in the Los Angeles area.From AudioFile:
Carolyn Sullivan is as much a victim as a hero, and narrator Sandra Burr never lets the listener forget it. If Rosenberg's stories, including this one, have a ring of truth to them, it's because she draws on her years of personal experience in law enforcement. Ten years ago, Sullivan did something that haunts her. She railroaded a serial rapist into a 44-year prison sentence for a murder he didn't commit. When he is released after a successful appeal, Sullivan fears for her life. Burr brings a lot of authority to the performance of this gripping work. Her voice tells of the frustration of dealing with a judicial system that is sometimes hampered by rules and process. M.S. © AudioFile 2006, Portland, Maine-- Copyright © AudioFile, Portland, Maine
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Book Description Brilliance Audio, 2007. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M142330702X