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Publisher's Summary

When an up-and-coming associate attorney in Denver's largest law firm discovers that she's on a murder list, she frantically searches for answers, not only to save her life but also to find out whether she was tricked into participating in a murder herself.
©2009 R.J. Jagger (P)2013 R.J. Jagger
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By SGL on 01-29-17

Like quirky modern detectives? Oh did I mention

Would you listen to Witness Chase again? Why?

Considering I read the books possibly. I'm not sure why I liked these so much . Possibly because the characters are both subtly, sharply cliche. It is clearer in the books, but that veiled humor runs through the storys. Yes there's murder and mayhem but it doesn't feel horrifying or the main point of the story.

What other book might you compare Witness Chase to and why?

Witness list, ok that was am attempt at humor as there the early title for this book. This somehow don't really remind me of other stories. There's an insider feel although irreverently done.

What does David H. Lawrence XVII bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I was surprised at how well he portrayed the characters especially Tiffinger. How well he captures the original tone and feel of the books. But than he's an XVII, perfect for these stories.

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

Sorry I just don't see a film of this in the future. The versatile leading men from the 40's are all gone. O'brian or Powell could have done it, no not Dick ( Richard Diamond) but the Thinman with coffee instead of a drink. But that missed too.

Any additional comments?

I found these ( this series) to be engaging light reading and well crafted.

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