When a body of young girl is found raped and murdered in a wood in Kent, Detective Sergeant Rusk must interview the few men in the area with a history of sexual offences.
Among them he finds Kremayne, a name he remembers from his school days. Back then, Kremayne had left little impression on him. Is it any wonder? Rusk was popular and athletic; Kremayne was awkward, an outcast.
Rusk can’t help but feel a sting of jealousy when Kremayne turns out to be wealthy and happily married. The allegations against him, Kremayne insists, were brought on by an hysterical individual out to ruin him.
Only when Rusk gets close to Kremayne’s wife Anne, does he suspect that there is more to their cozy life than meets the eye.
Beneath the surface, how happy is their marriage? How twisted is Kremayne? Or has Rusk compromised himself with Anne to the point that now the best result would be to find Kremayne guilty?
'Exhibit No. Thirteen' is an expertly plotted courtroom drama, which will have you second-guessing until the last page.
'A classic page-turner.' Robert Foster, best-selling author of 'The Lunar Code'.
Roderic Jeffries was born in London in 1926. He practiced law for a brief period before starting to write full time. His books have been published in many different countries and have been adapted for film, television, and radio.
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