Wind and Lies

Attorney Joshua Rabb lives, loves and practices law on the razor edge of passion and prejudice that separates the Papago Indian Reservation and the lilywhite community of Tucson, Arizona in 1947. Now he is torn in two when overwhelming evidence seems to condemn his Bureau of Indian Affairs boss and best friend, Ed Hendly, for the savage sexual murder of a beautiful young Indian woman. Rabb rushes to Hendley's defense, desperately wanting to believe in his innocence. But as the evidence mounts, Rabb knows he can't prove anything unless he finds the real murderer. Dare he attempt something so difficult and dangerous and can he succeed. Maybe if he's lucky. If he lives...Wind and Lies.
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