Invasion of Privacy - Nina Reilly, Bk 2 Author:Perri O'Shaughnessy Hard-driving Attorney Nina Reilly returns from a near-fatal gunshot wound in Motion to Suppress to take on the toughest and most intriguing case of her career. — Anxious to avoid the kind of case that almost killed her and determined to spend a restful winter at home in Lake Tahoe with her son Bobby, Attorney Nina Reilly vows to... more » take on only the most uncomplicated cases.
When filmmaker Terry London implores Nina to help her defend her documentary against charges of invasion of privacy, it seems an easy case to add to her work load. But Nina is soon wishing she'd never become involved, as it becomes clear that the film holds a crucial clue to a decades-old unsolved murder and her new client poses a greater danger than any criminal Nina has ever come up against.
Before the filmmaker can make good on her mysterious threats to harm Nina, she's found murdered, and Nina finds herself in the middle of a full-blown homicide--homicide that is somehow connected to Nina's past. When an old lover surfaces, he brings painful memories and new dangers as Nina fights to protect herself, her troubled son Bobby, and the delicate balance of their new life together from the destructive wake of a killer's path.
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A mystery that keeps you guessing to the end. Love the location descriptions of Lake Tahoe and Carmel. I just don't get the relationship with Nina and Paul though. The author(s) needs to get this into better perspective.
Nina Reilly, Tahoe lawyer, has her work really cut out for her this time defending her ex-lover, the father of her so. O'Shaughnessy doesn't disappoint. Great story. I like the mix of Nina's personal life and her legal practice. Good characters.
Four stars. 2nd in series and I look forward to all the others. Like most series best read in order but I haven't and thoroughly enjoyed each one. This is about my sixth. I'm trying to get the on hand to read in order from now own.
Perri O'Shaughnessy has never let me down for good reading. As always, their characters leave you scratching your head as to whether they are the good guys or bad. I've read a few of the books in the series (not in order) now and have yet to pick the true bad guy out of the cast of possible villians. All in all a very good read!
Another Nina Reilly mystery. This time she has been shot during a heated murder trail. She should have died that day, instead Nina has returned to the same courtroom. Her only concession to her lingering fear is ti give up criminal law. She figures an invasion of privacy lawsuit is a a nice, safe civil action that will help her support her young son and pay the bills for her one woman law office. She figures WRONG. These are enjoyable books with a good lead character. These sisters write well together.
Another good story about Nina Reilly. She is recovering from her attack in the courtroom, and decides to take on a nice safe civil lawsuit. Oops! It turns out to be just as dangerous. As always, you can't keep a good woman down. She is really great. Anyone who loves Perry O'Shaughnessy books will love this one.