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An unidentified, bullet-riddled body is found in the woods on the multi-million dollar estate of Bruce’s client. She is charged with his murder, despite her air-tight alibi. There is no doubt about her innocence, at least not until the police locate the hit-man who was hired to commit the murder. Her fate is sealed by his compelling testimony. You will be stunned by the shocking outcome of her trial.
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RON SHARROW, graduated from Baltimore City College, attended The University of Maryland and earned his JD Degree from The University of Baltimore School of Law. His Baltimore law firm represented clients in criminal and civil cases for more than four decades. Throughout the years during which he was actively engaged in his law practice, Ron kept a journal into which he scribbled notes of the funny things people said to him...the malapropos and the preposterous situations people got themselves into. The one thing that he attributes to the maintenance of his sanity was a keen sense of humor which triggered his observation of the humorous side of most situations. It was the humor he chronicled in that journal which led him to the decision to memorialize those stories in the series of Bruce West novels and the Full Moon Diary. He, his wife, Beth and their pet Maltese, Trinket, divide their time between their home in Rancho Mirage, CA and their Central Park apartment in New York City.
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