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Guilt by John Lescroart
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Nov 24, 08

bookshelves: 2008
Recommended for: Legal Thriller Lovers
Read in November, 2008, read count: 1

Legal thriller that wraps up the loose ends in part of a story Lescroart mentions in A Certain Justice. In Guilt, Trang, a young Vietnamese lawyer is murdered. His only case is one he expects will make his client, and him, more money than he ever imagined. Mark Dooher is the opposing attorney, and he falls under suspicion for Trang's murder, but authorities are having a hard time getting enough evidence to make a solid enough case to take to court. The story follows Mark Dooher as he tries to avoid prosecution for Trang's murder as well as his involvement with a young woman he decides he wants after seeing her in a bar. I enjoy Lecroart's books; he serves up a meaty story with interesting and complex characters as well as showcasing the criminal justice system when it works and also when it doesn't.

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