LAST BREATH by Michelle McGriff

The attempted murder of brothers fifteen years ago has been all but forgiven by the police, but not by one of the victims. Sean Porter, a defense attorney, awakes from a coma to find himself still alive, living a life he barely recognizes. With spotty memories of the night he nearly died, Porter has been trying to find his brother’s killer.

When the case finally goes to trial, old faces and places bring back memories of that night. But it’s District Attorney Kimani Turner’s face that sends Sean Porter’s world into a tailspin.

Truth that was told in a dying breath is now shouting loudly from the grave. But is anybody listening?

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