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Mark of the White Rabbit - Lincoln Cooper

Mark of the White Rabbit - Lincoln Cooper


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Book description:

Recovering from the tragic death of his wife and child, Mitchell Quinn spends his days lamenting the tedium of being a police chief in a small resort village. Suddenly he’s drawn into investigating the disappearance of a popular court reporter whose blood-spattered car is found in a nearby, deserted strip mall.

An apparent shoo-in for Michigan governor, nationally renowned trial lawyer Lawrence Atwood falls under scrutiny after the missing woman’s cell phone is discovered behind his lakeside summer home. In the middle of his election campaign, he defiantly proclaims his innocence. But when charred remains are found in his patio fire pit, Quinn is convinced he’s got the killer. Yet if Atwood killed her, why would he dispose of her remains in his own backyard?

Meanwhile, the political prospects of a headline-grabbing murder trial spark the interest of the state Attorney General Robert Patterson, who yearns for the governor’s mansion. Seeing his chance to win by proving the guilt of his old rival, he seizes the role of lead counsel in Atwood’s impending trial. Tension builds as more incriminating evidence mounts against Atwood, who eventually volunteers a suspicious confession.

Is Atwood maneuvering for a temporary insanity plea? Mitch suspects that’s the case, but then Dani Sparro, the daughter of a former FBI agent, shows up saying she has proof the real murderer is a diabolical serial killer. She tries to get Mitch to re-focus his investigation, but he’s distracted by his growing attraction to Dani, despite wanting to stay “true” to his deceased wife. Not only that, he believes he already solved the murder.

Could it be that Mitch’s every move is playing into an elaborate scheme of a vicious psychopath? A startling turn of events unites Dani and Mitch in a dangerous confrontation and a pulse-pounding chase in their quest to solve the mystery of the White Rabbit.

  • Publisher : Mission Point Press (August 10, 2021)
  • Retail price : $16.95 (Softcover)
  • ISBN : 978-1-954786-42-4
  • Pages : 354
  • Size : 5.5 x 8x5 inches

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