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The Mayor of Lexington Avenue

3.62 of 5 stars 3.62  ·  rating details  ·  45 ratings  ·  5 reviews
Jack Tobin is a trial lawyer with a searing-hot reputation in Miami, far removed from his scrappy youth on the streets of New York. But when a young Florida man is railroaded into a murder conviction in the tiny Florida backwater of Bass Creek, Tobin is driven to pay back a debt to his best friend, the boy who once dubbed him 'the Mayor of Lexington Avenue'.





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Paperback, 592 pages
Published January 1st 2007 by Corgi (first published September 28th 2006)
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Interesting book, it was a good legal drama and I really liked the main character. However, there were some elements that made me think the author missed making this a great book. There were some great events in the book that were almost glossed over and was not terribly realistic which made me wonder why the author didn't do more with those events. Again, I think doing something with them would have made it a great book. It was long already I suppose that is why he didn't want to expand on it o ...more
Linda
Enjoyable Grisham type novel
Dean Heitman
This the first book in the series. I read the third book first and really enjoyed it, making me want to read the rest of the series.
Angie
An enjoyable courtroom drama, very similar to James Grippando.
Earl
A good legal page-turner very much in the Grisham mould.
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