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Fifty-Fifty-The explosive follow up to THIRTEEN: 'The serial killer isn t on trial. He s on the jury

Fifty-Fifty-The explosive follow up to THIRTEEN

Cavanagh, Steve
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Alexandra Avellino has just found her father's mutilated body, and needs the police right away. She believes her sister killed him, and that she is still in the house with a knife.

Sofia Avellino has just found her father's mutilated body and needs the police right away. She believes her sister, Alexandra did it, and that she is still in the house, locked in the bathroom.

Both women are to go on trial at the same time. A joint trial in front of one jury.

But one of these women is lying. One of them is a murderer. Sitting in a jail cell, about to go on trial with her sister for murder, you might think that this is the last place she expected to be.

You'd be wrong.

A terrific writer. He has talent to burn. - Don Winslow

Unpredictable, daring and completely compelling. Top notch writing. If you thought Thirteen was good - and it really was - this is somehow even better. - Alex North, author of The Whisper Man

Very clever, darkly funny, moving, fast-paced, and Eddie Flynn is a terrific character. - Jane Casey

Eddie's back! Steve Cavanagh writes the best hooks in the business. - Mick Herron

Cavanagh/Flynn is the best legal tag-team since Connelly/Haller. - Craig Sisterson

Brilliant - a characteristically twisty courtroom puzzle with some thrilling setpieces. - Mason Cross

Absolutely brilliant. Addictive, clever, pacy. Eddie Flynn is one of my heroes. - Jo Spain

Steve Cavanagh's writing is intelligent, sophisticated and tense, his plots executed with forensic attention to detail. I can't get enough of Eddie Flynn. - Mari Hannah

Steve Cavanagh was born and raised in Belfast before leaving for Dublin at the age of eighteen to study Law. He currently practices civil rights law and has been involved in several high profile cases; in 2010 he represented a factory worker who suffered racial abuse in the workplace and won the largest award of damages for race discrimination in Northern Ireland legal history. He holds a certificate in Advanced Advocacy and lectures on various legal subjects (but really he just likes to tell jokes). He is married with two young children.

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