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NEWSLETTER | April 1, 2009 | Volume 3 | Number 1


Acclaimed attorney David Sloane (from the New York Times Bestseller, The Jury Master) agrees to take on a wrongful-death claim with a strong emotional tug. Beverly Ford, the widow of a national guardsman killed in Iraq is convinced her husband perished under nefarious circumstances. Sloane soon learns that established case law makes the prospect of victory over the federal government nearly impossible. When Sloane discovers that other members of Ford's platoon have died under suspicious circumstances since returning to the U.S., he suspects a conspiracy to conceal the truth. In a battle for justice, Sloane must keep himself, and those he loves, from becoming the next casualties.

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Mixing the suspense of a Grisham legal thriller with the political angle of a Baldacci. Dugoni is knocking on the A-list thriller door.
- Booklist

Page-turning action...
- Publishers Weekly

An entertaining thriller. Good guys to like, villains to hiss, windmills to attack.
- Kirkus

Robert Dugoni Book News

»More Ways To Learn about Robert Dugoni and His Books

Robert's upcoming April tour will include stops bookstores in Chicago, Spokane, Seattle, Portland, San Francisco, San Jose, Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego, Tucson, Phoenix, and Denver. For further details on the stores, dates and times Robert will be speaking and signing click here:

The Tin Room: Interested in visiting one of David Sloane's favorite restaurants? Come Join Robert at The Tin Room in Burien May 6 at 6:00. Have dinner, a glass of wine and hear Robert read from his new novel. For more on The Tin Room click here:
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Or, you can learn more about Robert, his writing process and his new novel, Wrongful Death by viewing Robert's new video at: as well as at


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