The quiet game / Greg Iles.
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- ISBN: 0525937935
- ISBN: 9780525937937
- Physical Description: 433 pages ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: New York : Dutton, 1999.
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In Natchez, Mississippi, lawyer Penn Cage investigates a civil-rights murder which has been unsolved for thirty years. He discovers an FBI cover-up and that places his life in danger. By the author of Mortal Fear.
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|Subject:||Public prosecutors > Fiction.
African Americans > Crimes against > Fiction.
Natchez (Miss.) > Fiction.
|Genre:||Legal fiction (Literature)
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