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A Certain Justice

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Set in the highflying world of London’s law courts, this tense whodunit is James at her unrivalled best. Criminal lawyer Venetia Aldridge has made herself many enemies over the years, and when she turns up dead, it is James’ charismatic inspector Adam Dalgliesh who arrives to put things straight. But James doesn’t allow the reader off so easily, and when we think the case is cracked, a further brutal slaying occurs that sets Dalgliesh back on the trail, making he and the reader reevaluate each and every character in the book.

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