A Reasonable Doubt by Phillip Margolin. Published by St. Martins

Criminal defense attorney, Robin Lockwood, meets with, Robert Chesterfield a magician and client of the former head of Robin’s law firm. Robert is looking for a patent on one of his tricks, an illusion. When Robin looks into Chesterfield’s past, she discovers he was arrested for two murders, an attempted murder and was a person of interest in his former wife’s death. He was acquitted, and now after performing his newest illusion, the magician himself disappears. Robin must determine whether Chesterfield has gone into hiding, or whether his past has finally caught up with him. As always, Margolin provides a unique and twisted mystery

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