Author - Jay Brandon.
Published by - Pocket Books.
Publication date - 1991.
This is a - paperback book.
This book is in very good used condition.
Slight wear along the edges, corners and spine.
This book has - 342 pages.
FADE THE HEAT
On a quiet April night, San Antonio's peace is shattered by insistent screams.
A cleaning woman working late in a downtown office building points to a young computer expert
as her attacker. Her version of the incident is rape; he claims he's been framed -
that she ripped her own clothes and clawed at her own flesh. When the sun rises, this event
will shock the entire city, because the accused rapist is David Blackwell, son of the new
Mark Blackwell knows that his son's story will sound preposterous to a jury.
Although a master at the bureaucratic chess game, the District attorney cannot "fade the heat"
and prevent David from going to trail. In desperation he will put everything on the line -
his family, his marriage, even his secret love affair - to save David. But as he searches for clues
and sorts out his strategies, a chilling question surfaces. If David is innocent, then it means
that he himself is the target of a frame-up - by enemies whose devious motives he cannot
even begin to fathom. . . .
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