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Poetic Justice
by Lori James

The Justice Series Book 1

When Homicide Detective Mark Stevens receives a phone call to report to a bloody crime scene, he has no idea how his life is about to change. When he finds himself having feelings for the murder victim’s sister, he’s determined to remain professional.

The new, ambitious prosecuting attorney can’t wait to sink his teeth into his first murder trial. Seemingly lucky for him, a murder victim’s body is found his first day on the job. Not so luckily for him, there’s a tough judge and feisty defense attorney in his future.

Poetic Justice is set on a backdrop of characters ranging from a single mom to high powered attorneys, who are sure to draw you into their lives.
 
 
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