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The Guilty Plea by Robert Rotenberg
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Feb 26, 12

bookshelves: mystery
Read in January, 2012

I was excited to spot this on the "new" shelf at the library. I had read Rotenberg's OLD CITY HALL years ago and had been very impressed.

This was one was just as good. Set in Toronto (with a side trip to the small town of Cobalt in northern Ontario) and featuring police detective Ari Greene. A local businessman who is involved in a messy divorce is stabbed to death on the eve of the trial and all the evidence points to the wife.

Good characters — you see the case from the points of view of Greene, the younger police officer who is assisting him, the defense lawyer, and the Crown prosecutor. Solid plot.

I recommended it to Maggee and she is reading it at the moment.

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