An attorney searches for answers after he witnesses his colleague’s murder and soon realizes that he’s being framed for something much bigger.
Merchants Bridge is another engrossing legal thriller from J.D. Trafford, bestselling author of Little Boy Lost and Without Precedent.
Everything changes for attorney Graydon “Gray” Wendt while walking back to the office after a late dinner with a potential client. An SUV swerves and jumps the curb in front of them. His law partner is killed immediately, and Gray is knocked to the ground and shot twice in the chest.
A few days later, Gray wakes up in the hospital. His face is swollen. His body is sore, and his mind is scattered. Some of his clearest memories from that night are dismissed as by-products of a concussion. Although healing, Gray’s attempt to return to work is complicated by headaches and hallucinations. He struggles with paranoia and how to differentiate what is real and what is not.
Law enforcement, in the meantime, focus their attention on Gray, and he must figure out what really happened and who is setting him up to take the blame.