Alafair Burke is the author of “two power house series” (Sun-Sentinel) that have earned her a reputation for creating strong, believable, and eminently likable female characters. Burke’s novels grow out of her experience as a prosecutor in America’s police precincts and criminal courtrooms, and have been featured by The Today Show, People Magazine, The New York Times, MSNBC, The Washington Post, USA Today, and The Chicago Sun-Times. A graduate of Stanford Law School and a former Deputy District Attorney in Portland, Oregon, Alafair is now a professor of Law at Hofstra Law School, where she teaches criminal law and procedure.
A Journalist at Heart
Alafair Burke interviews Michael Connelly about his new novel, “The Late Show.”...