A reasonable doubt : a novel
Robin Lockwood is a young criminal defense attorney and partner in a prominent law firm. She joined the firm of legal legend Regina Barrister not long before Regina was forced into retirement by Alzheimer's. One of Regina's former clients, Robert Chesterfield, shows up with an odd request: he's seeking help in acquiring patent protection for an illusion. Chesterfield is a professional magician of some renown and he has a major new trick he's about to debut. When Robin looks into his previous relationship with the firm, she learns that twenty years ago he was arrested for two murders, one attempted murder, and was involved in the potentially suspicious death of his very rich wife. At the time, Regina defended him with ease, after which he resumed his career as a magician in Las Vegas. Now, decades later, he debuts his new trick only to disappear at the end. Was he killed and his body disposed of, or did he use his considerable skills to engineer his own disappearance?
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