Irretrievably Broken - Melissa F. Miller

Irretrievably Broken

By Melissa F. Miller

  • Release Date: 2012-09-27
  • Genre: Women Sleuths
Score: 4.5
From 164 Ratings


Sasha McCandless is back!

The law firm of Prescott & Talbott is reeling from the murder of partner Ellen Mortenson --- purportedly by her estranged husband --- when a photograph of the dead woman arrives, her face Xed out and "ONE DOWN" scrawled across the bottom.  Within days, a second partner is murdered, her husband also accused.

Sasha doesn't practice criminal law, so she's suspicious when her former firm asks her to represent Ellen's husband. But she soon finds herself representing both of the so-called Lady Lawyer Killers. The long hours jeopardize her relationship with Leo Connelly.

Sasha has bigger problems, though: the real killer is waging a vendetta for a past case gone wrong. And there's one more lawyer on his list.


  • Can't stop with this one

    By wizz1gmr
    Since it's difficult to follow up a great book "Inadvertent Disclosure" with one as good or better, I have to say it was another one I couldn't put down but disappointed that she hasn't resolved the "Nick" thing. Come on Melissa, bring him on as an investigator. You mention there is a novella that clears everything up, but why do I have to buy a novella? I hate short stories!!!
  • Wonderful

    By T1darryl
    A great read. Wonderfully written. Going right into book 4.
  • Great writing

    By Vbestbf
    Contemporary topics. Intelligent and humorous conversations. Love the lawyer character. Reading the third in the series now. Can't put these stories down. Want to get away from the TV and computer? Just pick up the first novel in this series!!!
  • Great

    By Leslieleo
    I have really enjoyed this Sasha series. Have recommended her books to other people who have embraced them as well. Keep writing!
  • Big reader

    By reader44
    Implausible. Good first book, now not.
  • Loved it.

    By Ultrasound Girlie
    Melissa is spot on with amazing story. Clear your afternoon-you won't put it down.