Los Angeles D.A. Rachel Knight returns in Marcia Clark's thrilling follow-up to GUILT BY ASSOCIATION.
No witnesses. No motive. No name.
The homeless man's death seems an impossible case to solve. But Deputy District Attorney Rachel Knight isn't going to let that prevent her trying to bring his killer to justice.
When she uncovers a link between this death and the vicious murder of an LAPD cop, one thing becomes clear: she's looking for someone who will kill to keep their secrets safe.
Someone who is as smart and determined as Rachel herself.
Someone who is already watching, just waiting for the chance to strike...
It's no big surprise that Marcia Clark knows her way around a courtroom, and a murder mystery - but she's also a terrific writer and storyteller. - James Patterson
Spying on the system's inner workings proves increasingly addictive, and it's refreshing to find a lead character pursuing a stressful life because she actually enjoys it. A blade-sharp read. - Financial Times
GUILT BY DEGREES kept me guessing to the last page - and then impatient to read more about Rachel Knight. - Joseph Finder
Exemplary...Clark humanizes her tough lead, and gets the mixture of action and investigative legwork just right - Publishers Weekly
Written with verve and wit, this is a superior piece of crime fiction that entertains from beginning to end. - Canberra Times
Marcia Clark is a former Los Angeles deputy district attorney, and was the lead prosecutor in the OJ Simpson murder case. She wrote a bestselling non-fiction book about the trial, Without a Doubt, and is a frequent media commentator and columnist on legal issues. She lives in Los Angeles.