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With life as a pawn in a prestigious Boston law firm
behind him, Scott Finn has set course through the
more colorful back alleys and bedrooms of the legal world
as a solo practitioner who dabbles in civil litigation,
divorce law, and criminal defense. But his new environment
and his nose for justice and fair play land him a case that
could end up taking his life. A policewoman is left for
dead in an alley, but survives and points the finger at an
El Salvadoran immigrant with ties to one of South
America's most dangerous and notorious gangs. There's
just one problem: the evidence suggests the wrong
man's been fingered. Finn, along with the maverick
detective and stubborn ally Tom Kozlowski, must now
navigate through this explosive case to save an innocent
man's life and to learn why decorated officers might be
willing to risk their careers and even their lives by lying
about the crime. But with time running out, it is Finn
and Kozlowski whose lives hang in the balance as they
search for the thin line between guilt and innocence.

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