Courthouses are the sites of such fierce human emotion and pain. Is it any wonder that some believe that echoes of those emotions are left behind?
In HALLOWED HALLS Boston's Federal Courthouse is alive with a ghost — yes, a real live (or should we say dead) ghost who never got justice there ... young Rebecca "Becky" Lawrence, an attractive Harvard Law graduate, has just been promoted from being the law clerk of a prominent federal judge to the lofty role of Assistant U.S. Attorney. She senses a "being" in the building but doesn't know what to make of it.
Becky is assigned to work for the incredibly hot, and undeniably married, Zach Woods. Assisting him in the courtroom is a trial within the trial. He's as brash as he is brilliant. This duo creates a powerful pair, though working side-by-side sparks an instant attraction Becky wasn't expecting ... and one she is not sure she can resist.
In the meantime the cases, with their victims and defendants, flow through the courthouse. The sad reality is not every wrong gets righted, at least not in the way the scales of justice would have us believe. Sometimes deals must be struck and victims get sacrificed. It's a double whammy for them. Hence, the ghost of one victim sitting in on proceedings because he just can't let go....
This novel contains real court cases detailing true crimes which may be disturbing, 18+.
- H.E. Kline
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H.E. Kline (Author)
Before becoming an award-winning author, "Lainie" specialized in transcribing expert, medical, and scientific testimony for almost 30 years. H.E. (otherwise known as "Lainie") is a Registered Professional Reporter, a Registered Merit Reporter, and...