Killing Innocence R.J. Mandell

ISBN: 9781470041380

Published: July 1st 2012

Paperback

372 pages


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Killing Innocence  by  R.J. Mandell

Killing Innocence by R.J. Mandell
July 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | 372 pages | ISBN: 9781470041380 | 3.55 Mb

A novel centered around the sensitive issue of abortion. After Annies death, Avery Pearl found solace in his small law practice in a sleepy suburb of St. Louis. Hes an agnostic, never much for religion or politics, but when a beautiful civil rightsMoreA novel centered around the sensitive issue of abortion. After Annies death, Avery Pearl found solace in his small law practice in a sleepy suburb of St.

Louis. Hes an agnostic, never much for religion or politics, but when a beautiful civil rights lawyer brings him May Davies to defend, Avery is catapulted into the religious and political spotlight. Missouri has banned all abortions, even those where the mother had been raped, like May.

Shes the test case, and Averys natural charm may not be enough to keep her out of prison, nor save her from politicians and religious radicals bent on her destruction. May will have to save herself, which she can do only by revealing her connection to a mysterious power.



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