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Double tap / Steve Martini.

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Bethel Public Library LARGETYPE F MARTINI (Text to phone) 34030101849559 Adult Large Type Available -
Deep River Public Library LARGE PRINT F Mart (Text to phone) 36039000566173 Adult Fiction Large Type Available -
North Branch - Bridgeport L.T. FIC MARTINI (Text to phone) 34000074505694 Adult Fiction Large Type Available -
Seymour Public Library LP MART (Text to phone) 34043105408637 Adult Large Type Available -
Southbury Public Library MARTINI LP (Text to phone) 34019105444079 Adult Large Type Available -

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Defense attorney Paul Madriani takes on the case of Emiliano Ruiz, a career soldier on trial for the murder of a businesswoman and the head of a high-tech software company, murders that could be tied to explosive government secrets.
Subject: Madriani, Paul (Fictitious character) > Fiction.
Attorney and client > Fiction.
Large type books.
California > Fiction.
Genre: Mystery fiction.
Legal stories.
Legal stories.
Large type books.

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Double Tap
Double Tap
by Martini, Steve
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Double Tap

"Attorney Paul Madriani defends a highly decorated soldier who is on trial for murder, and unwittingly steps into a maze of secrets and lies that the government - and even this client - would rather leave hidden and undisturbed." "Madriani is faced with arcane ballistics evidence, the so-called double tap - two bullet wounds tightly grouped to a victim's head, from shots that can have been made only by a crack marksman. Madriani's client is an enigma, a career soldier who refuses to talk about his past, though clearly he is a battle-tested pro. The victim was an alluring businesswoman and software tycoon whose empire catered to the military, and the most damning evidence is the weapon that killed her: a handgun used solely in special operations where the double tap is the trademark of the most skilled assassins." "Madriani begins to have new fears about his client, a man who would rather sit on a legal time bomb than talk about his past and get a chance at acquittal. And yet more troubling, Madriani discovers that the victim was involved in a controversial government contract to combat terrorism by combing through the private computer records of millions of American citizens." "Madriani faces a wilderness of mirrors in a courtroom battle where every witness can hide behind "national security," where information is power and digital information is absolute power. It is a war in which the scales of justice are being tipped by evasion, deceit - and murder. Finding the unvarnished truth has never been so elusive - or so dangerous."--BOOK JACKET.

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