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by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg

eBook First Offence download ISBN: 1857977394
Author: Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
Publisher: Orion Pub Co; First Edition edition (August 31, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 384
ePub: 1317 kb
Fb2: 1198 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Mystery

Hoyt Amy, Nancy, and my husband, Jerry Rosenberg. Last, this book was written in tribute to the thousands of dedicated probation and parole officers, a job of little glory and much toil.

Hoyt Amy, Nancy, and my husband, Jerry Rosenberg. You always manage to get me to put forth the extra effort. You not only make the world a great deal safer, you bring reason and impartiality into the troubled waters of our criminal justice system.

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg's earlier works, Mitigating Circumstances and Interest of Justice were suspense masterpieces with strong female characters

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg's earlier works, Mitigating Circumstances and Interest of Justice were suspense masterpieces with strong female characters. First and last of Rosenberg's I've read. I was surprised by the clumsiness of the plotting and characterization. The supposedly professional heroine has little to recommend her.

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg. Ann got out all the information she had collected on the Sawyer case, as well as the information relating to her shooting, and stacked it in neat piles on the kitchen table. Ann got out all the information she had collected on the Sawyer case, as well as the information relating to her shooting, and stacked it in neat piles on the kitchen table er life, she had decided the moment she woke up, was to find the person or persons responsible for terrorizing her. She couldn’t let her relationship with Glen be destroyed by some clever mutt with a talent for impersonating voices. Ann got David’s blackboard from his room, lugged it down the hall, and propped it up on the kitchen counter.

In First Offence, Nancy Taylor Rosenberg draws on her personal experience as a California probation officer to create a remarkable heroine in Ann Carlisle, who suddenly finds herself the target of someone who wishes to harm not only her but also her teenage son. As a probation officer, An. . As a probation officer, Ann knows what it means to walk a treacherously thin line between dangerous criminals who have scores to settle - and the system that seeks to punish them. As a wife, she holds closely guarded secrets about her life with her police officer husband, who inexplicably vanished four years ago. As a dedicated district attorney, Lily Forrester presents the perfect image of a defender of justice. Only she knows the dark secret of what happened six years ago, when a desperate crisis drove her to step outside the law and exact a horrifying personal vengeance.

by. Rosenberg, Nancy Taylor.

Nancy Camille Taylor-Rosenberg (July 9, 1946 in Dallas, TX - October 3, 2017 in Las Vegas, NV) was an American writer. She attended school at Gulf Park and resided last in Las Vegas. Her first novel, Mitigating Circumstances, was published in 1993, and the film rights were obtained by Academy Award winning director, Jonathan Demme. The majority of her novels have been New York Times bestsellers.

Nancy Taylor Rosenberg's earlier works, Mitigating Circumstances and Interest of Justice were suspense masterpieces with strong female characters. Probation Officer Ann Carlisle is coping with her husband's unsolved disappearance, and her young son's consequent problems, the best way she knows - launching a one-woman war on crime. But when an apparently random shooting leads to a grisly discovery in a probationer's abandoned drug lab, Ann soon realises that both she and her son are in deadly danger. She received national acclaim for her writing program for inner city youth called "Voice of Tomorrow". The Board of Supervisors of Orange County voted her "A Woman of Excellence, Learning for Life" in 1994.

Probation Officer Ann Carlisle is coping with her husband’s unsolved disappearance, and her young son’s consequent problems, the best way she knows – launching a one-woman war on crime.

But when an apparently random shooting leads to a grisly discovery in a probationer’s abandoned drug lab, Ann soon realises that both she and her son are in deadly danger.

Could the intruder who so brutally attacks her, the source of the sinister phone messages, be her missing husband? Or is someone trying to frighten her out of testifying about her discovery.