by Kenneth Eade

Murder is just a mouse click away

Experience the suspense and mystery in the 6th of this fiction series and winner of the Beverly Hills Book Awards best legal thriller from the author critics call 'one of the strongest thriller writers on the scene

What if murder was as easy as clicking a button and nobody would ever know?

A mob of anonymous cyber stalkers torments lawyer Brent Marks with defamatory posts on the Internet in this fifth novel of the legal thriller series.  Marks sues to enjoin their libelous publication, the stalkers hide behind the immunity of the Communications Decency Act.

What if the attorney becomes the accused?


When a mysterious anonymous killer for hire strikes, Brent finds himself accused of the murder, in a desperate race to prove his innocence.

Genre: FICTION / Legal

Secondary Genre: FICTION / Thrillers

Language: English


Word Count: 55000

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Winner of best legal thriller, Beverly Hills Book Awards

Sample text:

     Flusher dodged tourists among the colorful souvenir stands and ducked behind an adobe building into a deserted alley.  Brent spotted him, dove, and slammed into him, knocking the wind out of both of them.  Flusher hit a wall of trash cans, but then popped up immediately.  Brent threw a right punch to his stomach, which Flusher absorbed with his ample fat, and he returned a left hook to Brent’s chin, knocking him backward.  Brent jumped at Flusher’s midsection, but Flusher pushed him back and got him in a choke hold against his throat. 

     Suddenly, Flusher’s hands went limp, but Flusher pushed against him, like he was being shoved by an unknown but very strong force, as though he had been hit by car.  Flusher wheezed, as if he was trying to say something, and fell against Brent, knocking him to the ground.  As he scrambled to his feet, he was flushed with a warm liquid, and, as he stood up, he saw a knife protruding from Flusher’s back, and realized that he, himself, was covered in his blood.  Brent stepped back, repulsed.  He felt cold hard steel grinding against his temple and turned his gaze to see his assailant, a masked man dressed in black.

     “Pull the knife out or I’ll blow you away,” said the man with absolutely no emotion.  “Do it now!” he commanded, and Brent obeyed.  The knife was hard to pull out.  Brent used both hands and yanked with all his might, hearing a sucking sound as it came free.  Brent turned to face his assailant, who was gone.  He dropped the knife, in shock, as the alley began to fill with curious onlookers.

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