No Evidence of a Crime, by S. Connell Vondrak
As Washington, D.C. detectives investigate the murder of a beautiful, young congressional aide shot dead near the Capital Mall, subtle discrepancies with the evidence show up.
The murder weapon is listed as a Glock, but an eyewitness places the shooter too far away to have used a handgun. The slain woman was a player in high-stakes D.C. politics, yet DNA results reveal she was pregnant and the baby’s father was a gang member.
The detectives call on a forensic scientist to retest the samples, and find someone at the crime lab is altering evidence. Detectives Jarrod and Jackson must learn who is tampering with the facts…and why.