Cleveland lawyer Casey Cort is desperate to get her law practice off of life support. When a federal judge seeks her out for her expertise in juvenile court, Casey thinks she’s found a lifeline.
Frustrated with Cuyahoga County’s arbitrary handling of abuse and neglect cases, Casey’s determined to keep the judge’s daughter from the clutches of foster care. But she’s unprepared for a system that snubs its nose at justice. With a client prone to self-sabotage, can Casey redeem herself by saving them both?
Judged is the first book in the high-stakes Casey Cort Legal Thriller series.
If you like strong women, shocking political corruption, and gripping stories ripped from the headlines, you’ll love Aime Austin’s explosive novel.
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About the Casey Cort Crime Fiction Series: Legal thriller readers will love this explosive series. Follow attorney Casey Cort from her first case to her most current. A solo practitioner she takes on the most difficult cases in Cleveland from investigating foster care abuses to judicial extortion to the sex trafficking of minors. Will the powers that be succeed in silencing her once and for all, or will the underdog lawyer represent those most in need of justice?
The Casey Cort series has everything thriller and suspense readers love: strong women, explosive secrets, David versus Goliath struggles, and stories ripped from the headlines, you’ll love Aime Austin’s page-turning novel. If you enjoy reading the Lynley series by Elizabeth George, and legal thrillers by John Grisham, Robin James, Melissa F. Miller, and Rebecca Forster. If you like, Phillip Margolin, Karin Slaughter, and Tana French you'll enjoy the Casey Cort series.
Aime Austin is the author of the Casey Cort and Nicole Long Series of legal thrillers. She is also the host of the podcast, A Time to Thrill. When she’s not writing crime fiction or interviewing brilliant creators for her podcast, she’s in a yoga pose, knitting, or reading. Aime splits her time between Los Angeles and Budapest. Before turning to writing, Aime practiced family and criminal law in Cleveland, Ohio.