Suspicion of Vengeance (Paperback)
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This is book number 3 in the Suspicion series.
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- #6: Suspicion of Vengeance (Paperback): $20.39
- #7: Suspicion of Madness (Paperback): $17.84
- #8: Suspicion of Betrayal (Paperback): $20.39
New York Times bestseller: Miami attorneys Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana are back in action in this "complex, involving tale" (Booklist). Now running her own private law practice, Gail has taken on the Miami Opera as her first client. The company's newest young star--who is set to take the lead in Mozart's Don Giovanni--recently performed in Castro's Cuba. And while the Opera's board of directors couldn't care less, Miami's Cuban community could make a great deal of trouble for all involved. To Gail, it seems more like a case for a PR specialist than a lawyer. But she soon discovers that the Opera's problems may threaten to expose a secret hidden in the history of Cuban emigration to Miami. It's a secret someone is killing to keep, and a deadly conspiracy that leads Gail to the most unlikely of suspects: her fianc Anthony Quintana. Edgar Award finalist and former Florida state prosecutor Barbara Parker once again serves up "a rich mix of tropical politics, edgy romance and secrets from the past" in the third legal thriller in the bestselling series (Publishers Weekly). Suspicion of Deceit is the 3rd book in the Suspicion series, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
About the Author
Barbara Parker was trained as a lawyer and worked as a prosecutor with the state attorney's office in Dade County, Florida, before moving into a private practice that specialized in real estate and family law. She earned a master's degree in creative writing in 1993, and her first legal thriller was Suspicion of Innocence (1994), which was followed by another seven titles featuring her two lawyer protagonists, the sometime-lovers Gail Connor and Anthony Quintana. While writing the Suspicion series, she also produced Criminal Justice, Blood Relations, The Perfect Fake, and The Dark of Day. Suspicion of Innocence was a finalist for the Edgar Award from the Mystery Writers of America, and two of her titles, Suspicion of Deceit and Suspicion of Betrayal, were New York Times bestsellers. Parker died in March 2009, at age sixty-two.