By Julie Smith
What's the etiquette whilst your hostess is arrested for homicide?
San Francisco legal professional Rebecca Schwartz has get together to ask yourself while she and her weekend hostess, Marty Whitehead, discover a physique floating within the 30-foot kelp tower on the Monterey Aquarium, and Marty's rapidly dragged off to the slammer.
Rebecca fast grasps the Emily submit solution—sign on as Marty's legal professional, try and continue her client's younger youngsters out of the deep finish, and in some way stay away from drowning within the sea of lies gushing from Marty's mouth--and each person else’s. There’s loads of intrigue one of the aquarium's oceangoing primates, in addition to rumors of a pearl past price.
For Rebecca, the ocean and all its animals have continually held large charm, yet now her realization turns to a very effective specimen of homo sapiens--hot marine biologist Julio Soto. As her research selections up velocity, she unearths she larger act quick to maintain Julio from snoozing with the fishes he collects. simply because if she doesn't, he might be subsequent in line for the shark tank—along with Rebecca herself
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