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Mercy

By Jodi Picoult
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What would you do for someone you loved? Lie? Leave? Kill? Woven tight with passion and a fast-paced plot, MERCY explores highly charged emotional and ethical issues.

Exploring highly charged emotional and ethical issues, MERCY is the thought-provoking novel from New York Times bestselling author Jodi Picoult.

There is no doubt that Jamie Macdonald killed his wife. But was it murder, or mercy?

The case divides the small town of Wheelock. For Police Chief Cameron Macdonald, there's no question that he should be tried and face life imprisonment for Murder One.

But Jamie's victim was dying of cancer. He claims she asked for his help to die. And there are those who believe he has suffered enough . . .

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