A Willa Jansson MysteryBook - 1997
"They say no good deed goes unpunished ... and attorney Willa Jansson learns it the hard way when she agrees to represent the patient of psychiatrist Fred Hershey. She definitely owes him the favor but has no idea what it will eventually cost her." "Alan Miller's sports car allegedly went over an embankment onto the coastal highway below, landing atop another car and killing its driver. But there are no tire tracks in the field above and no witnesses to the event. Nor are Miller's injuries consistent with a car crash. Miller wasn't around to defend himself when the police showed up at the accident. Worse yet, he doesn't remember where he was. When Miller is put under hypnosis, he does account for his whereabouts, but it seems so far-fetched, Miller himself doesn't want to believe it - and Willa knows it will never stand up in court."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
Publisher: New York : Simon & Schuster, 1997.
Branch Call Number: M/MATE
Characteristics: 255p. 24cm.