"Readers interested in courtroom drama and fast-moving thrillers will find much to like here..." - Publishers Weekly
"In the well-plotted tale, the author adeptly explores the complex interrelationships among politicos, the media and various legal and law enforcement professionals...There are a number of thriller chestnuts, too...Well-crafted with an authentic Southwestern setting..." - Kirkus Reviews
"If your preference in fiction leans toward courtroom drama and mystery, you will love Hubert Crouch's Cried For No One." - John Seigenthaler, Founding Editorial Director of USA Today and Founder, the First Amendment Center See more REVIEWS
WHO WOULD STEAL A BODY FROM ITS GRAVE AND WHY? A BEAUTIFUL UT COED, A NIGHT OF HARD-PARTYING. A MYSTERIOUS DEATH, A GRUESOME GRAVE-ROBBERY. A HIGH-STAKES COURTROOM DRAMA WHERE TRUTH IS ELUSIVE AND JUSTICE HARD TO FIND.
In this best-selling debut, flamboyant Fort Worth trial lawyer Cal Connors is hired by distraught parents after their daughter's body is found beneath an inverted crucifix on the altar of a rural church. Hard-nosed in the courtroom and well-connected to the local media and judiciary, Cal sues the cemetery for millions. Hot on Cal's trail is Leah Rosen, a young journalist closing in on the truth and willing to put her career on the line for justice. Defense attorney Jace Forman takes on rival Cal and won't rest until he finds out who could have committed this macabre crime and why. With its intriguing characters, shocking twists and turns, and sizzling Texas flavor, this legal thriller will keep readers enthralled until its heart-stopping climax!