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The Jury Master (book)

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Calling David Sloane, Lawyer Extraordinairre

  • Dec 9, 2009
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This is a good thriller because it keeps you guessing until virtually the last page. David Sloane is a no-nonsense attorney who "plays" a jury to get clients cleared of negligence suits. One day he gets a call from a guy named Joe Branick. This call it important because it is the last call Branick made before "supposedly" committing suicide. Sloane is haunted by recurring dreams of helplessly trying to save the same woman from an unruly mob. The call from Branick stirs up more memories.

Meanwhile, Branick's death is being investigated by a detective Molia who is also concerned about the death of police officer Cooperman who responded to a call to the scene of Branick's "suicide." Molia is told by some Feds to stop investigating and turn everything over to them. Of course, curiousity gets the best of Molia and a sense of seeking justice for Cooperman so he continues to investigate anyway.

Meanwhile the call to Sloane and a package from Branick that arrived by mail set off calls to military type assasins to get the package from Sloane and take care of him.

Eventually, Sloane and Molia will meet up and make on odd pairing to go after the bad guys.

There is a lot of good action with vivid descriptions and the author does a good job of keeping the suspense going. A good read.

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