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Haunted by the death of her sister and wounded by her ex-fiancé’s accusations, Kate Lange throws herself into her new career at a high-powered law firm.
When the grandmother of a lonely private school student seeks her counsel, Kate thinks it’s just another custody case. But then the teen is brutally murdered. And it isn’t only Kate who wonders if her legal advice led to the girl’s death.
How far are you willing to go to redeem yourself?
Put on notice by Randall Barrett, the firm’s charismatic managing partner, Kate must fight for her career, for her reputation—and for redemption.
Unwilling to live with the damage she may have caused, Kate pursues the case on her own and unearths some chilling facts - facts that lead straight to the heart of a legal conspiracy. Facts that lead Kate directly into the surgically skilled hands of the Body Butcher.
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By Dana C. Nicolay on 06-14-10
Damaged is an intriguing Canadian medical legal thriller that grips the audience from the moment that a horrified Kate feels remorse that she allowed her fears to overwhelm her sense of decency as she knew the grandma made a strong appeal in the interest of her granddaughter. The key to the story line is Kate who is a classic scaredy cat who ends up in "Hell", which could have broken her or given her a backbone of steel. Fans will enjoy a sort of coming of age tale as the women who always chose flight now must choose fight for the first time in her life against a powerful influential opponent.
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By NanaS on 01-20-18
The book was interesting the whole way through. But why so much swearing? For someone that doesn't appreciate casual swearing and using God's name in vain, it was hard to continue to the end at times. I get people swear, and maybe some in the book would satisfy those that need that kind of stuff. But I guess I disagree. The sexual references just take away from the story. they felt like the author wanted to get a R rating like movie producers do. I don't understand why they feel their success depends on that stuff. The story should stand for itself. Sex and swearing don't add to it. If it weren't for those two things I would be looking to read more of Callow's books. But, I don't think so.