Guilt Characters

John Lescroart
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Mark Dooher

The senior partner of the law firm and husband of Sheila. Mark is a self-confident lawyer who has begun having trouble sleeping, a problem his wife puts down to his life's current situation which includes the last of their three children having left home. In truth, Mark has everyone fooled about his personality and is, at heart, a selfish, cold-blooded killer. Mark is at the heart of the success of the law firm where he works. He has cultivated a professional relationship with the archbishop of the Catholic Church, a relationship that Mark guards jealously. Mark is demanding of others and it is his best friend, Wes Farrell, who says that the secret to retaining Mark's friendship is to never cross him. It is also Wes who comes to realize that Mark derives a great deal of pleasure from hurting others. Mark believes himself too smart to...

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