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I am that Fool Book Review
Ryan Browne is the best attorney in the state. But after winning a huge case, he celebrates at a strip club and gets in enough trouble that he must spend the next year or so in jail. Rather than accepting a public defender, he chooses to represent himself, a foolhardy decision.
Judge & Jury Book Review
Andie DeGrasse is the only survivor when a mafia don who is on trial orders the murders of the entire jury. Since her young son is killed, she works with Nick Pellisante, an FBI agent, to bring the mafia don to justice after he escapes jail and orders dozens of additional murders.
Kane & Abel Book Review
William Lowell Kane, born to a wealthy banking family, and Abel Rosnovski, a penniless Polish orphan, are struggling to make it in America, but are pitted against each other. This suspenseful, well-written novel spans 60 years of families, revenge, and forgiveness.
Killer Book Review
Killer is the 29th installment of the popular Alex Delaware series. Jonathan Kellerman is, as usual, at the top of his game; this book is a fast, but excellent read.
Killing Floor Book Review
Lee Child introduces Jack Reacher in this intriguing novel. Jack is arrested for a murder in the small town of Margrave, GA and must get involved in the investigation to find the real perpretrators and expose the corruption in the town.
King and Maxwell Book Review
Sean King and Michele Maxwell meet Tyler Wingo and help him unravel the mystery surrounding the supposed death of Tyler's father while on a military assignment. As they begin to find inconsistencies, their lives are endangered.
Knots & Crosses Book Review
John Rebus is introduced in this first novel of Ian Rankin's bestselling series. Rebus is assigned to investigate a case where young girls are being abducted and murdered. Rebus is also receiving anonymous crank notes containing knotted strings or crosses, but is too busy to check them out.
Life Support Book Review
Tess Gerritsen's second novel, Life Support, is about a doctor who gets tied up in an investigation only to find her medical license and her life are both in jeopardy.
Looking Glass Killer Book Review
There is a serial killer on the loose, and Lucia Viera and Mike Ramsey are the detectives in charge of solving the case. The killer plays word games with Lucia and presents difficult riddles; unless she solves the riddles, her job is on the line, as well as her life.
Memory Man Book Review
Amos Decker cannot forget anything, and his discovery of his murdered family plays through his mind over and over. The crime is unsolved, and more related murders are imminent.
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