Coughlin, William J. Her Honor
New York New American Library 1987 0453005322 / 9780453005326 First Printing Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket
Top board has slight sun fade line. DJ very slight edgewear. A bright, attractive copy.
"When beautiful young Kathleen Talbot is assigned her first important case as a circuit court judge, she must confront more than the trial at hand. The case on the docket - a controversial 'mercy' killing of a brain-dead victim by a vengeful officer - is a painful reminder of her own decision to have her terminally ill father's life-support system cut off. Kathleen sees no reason to disqualify herself since the issue and motive behind this court case are very different from the circumstances that surrounded her father's death, but a the trial progresses, Kathleen realizes that she, too, has been put on trial [and] the case explodes into hideously accusing headlines."; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall