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Milo once had a thriving divorce-case business in the small town of Meriwether, in the pacific Northwest, but because of liberal new divorce laws has taken to drinking and staring out the window. He"s up to his third drink of the morning when an attractive young woman walks into his office and asks him to find her brother. he takes on what seems a routine missing-person case in hopes of getting to know her better, but finds himself involved in what is most definitely The Wrong Case. Everyone is a victim, one way or another, of crime that took place long before the novel begins.
|Statement||by James Crumley|
|LC Classifications||PS3553.R78 W7 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||272 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||272|
|LC Control Number||85008882|
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I am convinced, though, that when good people are put in a situation in which they inexorably do the wrong things, it is not normal or unavoidable. They close their ears when well-meaning outsiders attempt to point out problems.
Once free, Sam returned to work in medicine, but he also started drinking heavily and using drugs.
There is no easy answer. Michael Mello's fight to save Joe Spaziano's life is, in its odd way, a love story. It is tragic. Then tragedy struck. This is a crucial feature: the team carries out its task far from the eye of the public or customers. In its fifth stage, the Nut Island effect generates its own reality-distortion field.
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She was a mother, homemaker, and taught Bible classes at their Methodist Church. The principal investigators conclude with novel suggestions for improving The wrong case book among the police, prosecutors, forensic scientists, and judges.
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Kirkus Starred Review. Only some kind of external event can break this stalemate. The plant operators dealt with this problem by limiting inflows to what they considered a manageable level, diverting the excess into the harbor.
Nickie appears nervous when he hires Milo and instructs Milo to drop all other cases. Here is how it played out at a small sewage treatment plant on the edge of Boston Harbor. In a gripping personal account, Mello, a well-known author, activist, and legal commentator, describes the ins and outs of this case and the extremes to which he was driven by it.
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The Wrong Case is a detective novel that harkens back to the days of Hammett, leaving the readers begging for more.