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Nicholas Gallery, a young lawyer in the nation’s capital, sees his life destroyed when a drunk driver kills his wife and cripples his daughter. Nick is racked with grief, a sorrow which turns to rage when he learns that the driver is a corrupt diplomat, who plans to escape under the shield of “diplomatic immunity.” And so what begins as quiet grief, erupts into a maze of devastating events, thrusting Nick from the corridors of official Washington to a harrowing finale in the Swiss Alps.
William G. Hyland Jr., a native of Virginia, received his B.A. from the University of Alabama and a aJ.D. from Samford University's Cumberland School of Law. A former prosecutor, Hyland is a trial lawyer with more than twnter-six years of litigation experience. He is the author of In Defense of Thomas Jefferson and Martha Jefferson.