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Extreme Indifference: A Crime Novel by Stephany Kane

Publisher: "Old Tappan, New Jersey, U.S.A.: Scribner, 2003", 2003
ISBN: 0743245563
ID: Mar0541

"Hardcover with jacket not price clipped, signed by author on custom designed bookplate, 1st edition, 1st printing, complete numberline including the number 1, guaranteed to be a trade (retail) edition and not a bookclub or ex-library. Book Condition: Fine - tight square, white pages, no markings of any kind. Jacket condition: Fine - mimimum scuffing and edge wear. Comes in Mylar Jacket cover. Fine book in fine dust jacket, F/F. Comes with Certificate of Authenticity for Author's Signature."

Price in US $ 29.95

Summary: A naked girl in handcuffs and a dog collar stumbles out of the woods, collapsing at the side of the road. She's University of Colorado coed Amy Lynch, a daughter of wealth and privilege, who was last seen at a local bar.
What happened to Amy? And why has she been found in handcuffs belonging to ambitious federal judge Glenn Ballard, a man with an impeccable personal reputation? When Amy dies before she can identify her attacker, the charges against the judge become murder in the first degree under circumstances of extreme indifference. Ballard could call in some superstar lawyer to defend him. So why does he instead choose his former law student Jackie Flowers for this difficult, high-profile case?
Jackie's life is tough enough already. She has dyslexia and sometimes feels like Alice in Wonderland as she fights her daily battles in what for her is a topsy-turvy world. But she got through law school on her wits, was tough enough to work for the public defender's office, and had the guts to hang out her own shingle. She now shares a set of offices in a Gothic Victorian mansion in Denver with a motley crew of lawyers, none of them overachievers.