Walking Through the Storm

AuthorHouse, 2006 - 176 páginas

When a friend of Los Angeles criminal law attorney, Sean O'Ryan, asks Sean to represent his nephew who has been charged with rape and murder, Sean doesn't hesitate since his friend had saved Sean's life twice in the Korean War when they were Marines trapped at the Chosin Reservoir.

His new client, an African-American Marine stationed at Camp Pendleton Marine Base, is accused along with three white Marines who make a concerted effort to implicate him in the terrible crimes against the two victims, while at the same time attempting to extricate themselves.

At great cost to a personal, highly sensual relationship with a beautiful woman, Sean fights with no holds barred during the trial as the mystery surrounding his client deepens and builds to an explosive climax.

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