Lawyer Kate Lange remembers Kenzie Sloane. The former wild child was part of the same crowd that attracted her little sister, Imogen, before her death. Now Kenzie needs her help. And Kate needs answers.
But there are others who know about the tattoo and its history. And one of them is watching Kenzie’s every move, waiting for the perfect moment to fulfill a dark promise that had been inked in her skin.
“Lawyer Kate Lange is back with another case that will test her courtroom skills, judgment and nerves. The suspense is intense, the action shocking and the plot intriguing. The insidious villain destroys a life, a reputation and a family, all as part of a chilling plan.”
4.5 stars out of 4.5 stars — RT Book Reviews
“Do yourself a favor and jump in the middle of these amazing books. You won’t be able to put them down until the final page.”
— Fresh Fiction
“Indefensible is a superbly plotted and suspenseful thriller, with solid characters and a riveting, dynamic storyline.”
— Omnimystery, Mysterious Reviews
For her debut thriller DAMAGED (MIRA, June 2010) Pamela Callow created struggling lawyer Kate Lange, whom RT Book Reviews hailed as, “…a standout character.” DAMAGED was chosen as a Levy “Need to Read” Pick with Top Ten Bestseller display. INDEFENSIBLE (MIRA, January 2011), the second book of her series, was described by Omnimystery Reviews as, “… a superbly plotted and suspenseful thriller…” The third installment of the series, TATTOOED, will be released in June 2012. Pamela is also a contributor to ITW’s THRILLER 3: Love is Murder anthology.
A member of the Nova Scotia bar, Pamela has a Master’s degree in Public Administration and worked as a strategy consultant for Andersen Consulting. She lives in Halifax with her husband, two children and a pug.
To learn more about Pamela, please visit her website.
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