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The body of ex-vice squad officer Frank McCallum is found in the back of a car. He apparently was killed after oral sex. Though married to an adoring wife Frank had a roving eye and money from the paint-balling firm for which he worked is unaccounted for. The trail leads to a shop run by two friends,Emma and Kate, who moonlight as high-class prostitutes to pay for their sons' school fees and Emma's unique and expensive lipstick is identified amongst the forensic evidence in the back of the car. She claims that Frank tried to rape her and that she killed him in self-defence. Castle and his team of prosecutors are not convinced and prepare to do battle with the formidable defence lawyer Phyllis Gladstone.
The police find the body of Frank McCallum, an ex-vice police officer, in the rear seat of his car. They trace his movements to a young prostitute who has McCallum's wallet in her purse, but forensics eliminates her as a suspect. As they look into their ex-colleague's background, they trace McCallum's company credit card expenditures to two high class prostitutes. They charge the women with murder and determine a motive for one of them to have killed the man. Their brilliant defense attorney, Phyllis Gladstone, argues that McCallum was blackmailing her client for free sex and attacked her when she tried to get out of the car. He subsequently tried to force her to have sex and she killed him in self-defense.
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