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(Trial Junkies #2)

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She was found with a bullet in her head, and the kid she was last seen with woke up drugged and disoriented in a neighbor's back yard. Now the kid is awaiting trial for her murder, and reporter Matt Isaacs is convinced that there's more here than meets the eye.

But Matt's old college pal, Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson--washed-up actor and newly-minted
Kindle Edition, 390 pages
Published June 18th 2013 by Braun Haus Media
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Robert Gregory Browne
Jun 24, 2013 added it  ·  (Review from the author)
I wrote it.
Vickie Garner
Mar 24, 2017 rated it liked it
Read both

Not QUITE as good as the first trial junkies in my opinion. But I will read his other books. I like him a lot
Selena Robins
Jun 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
NEGLIGENCE is packed with action, mystery and suspense as the reader is taken on a thrilling journey into the lives of a group of old college friends, who now years later, are dealing with their own internal conflicts, job losses, career changes and relationship challenges.

This book deals with more than a murder case, which the protagonist, Hutch and his friends get involved with. It also deals with parenting issues and how secrets can have a tragic effect on family members. It also deals with
Jun 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Negligence is the second book in Robert Gregory Browne's Trial Junkies series.

The book starts off with this kid, Jamal, who happens to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, who has been arrested for murdering a classmate, Kelly. Matt and Monica, members of the trial junkies and friends of Ethan "Hutch" Hutchinson, are sitting in on his arraignment. Matt has been recently laid of from his job at the Post as a reporter and is now trying his hand at online reporting for The Chicago Beat, a joint
Elliott Walsh
Jun 24, 2013 rated it really liked it
'Negligence – A Trial Junkies Novel' by Robert Gregory Browne:

A Review, by Elliott Walsh

'Negligence' and it's predecessor 'Trial Junkies', are crime thrillers with lots of smooth competence in their composition: Ethan 'Hutch' Hutchinson is a terrific protagonist for Browne to build his dramas around. Hutch is a jaded and partially damaged man, a film actor with a past marred by alcohol abuse, but, too, a man who engenders fast loyalty from longstanding friends. He is a natural leader of an odd
Aug 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
J.D. Rhoades One of the problems with the "amateur sleuth" genre is that, after a few books, it becomes more and more improbable and harder to believe that a baker/dog-walker/antique store owner/whatever is going to be at or around the scene of so many murders to solve. Robert Gregory Browne has solved this conundrum in an ingenious way: his amateur detectives are "trial junkies": people who hang around the courthouse to watch the high drama and occasional low comedy that is daily life in the ...more
Clare O'Beara
Nov 10, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: america-crime
This is the second in a series and a lot of time is spent revisiting the first book, so I was not very interested in that and someone who had read the first one might rate it better.
A young adult called Jamal is out mugging with his father's gun when he spots a well-off girl he knows staggering around disoriented and weeping. He decides to see her home safely but a police car draws up and the officers quickly jump to the wrong conclusion.
Next is a court session where Jamal is on trial - the
Debbie Oxier
May 17, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: suspense
This is the second book in the series about the trial junkies. Hutch is back from Tuscany where he left Ronnie, uncertain whether he'll ever see her again. He goes to court to see what cases were coming up. He sits in on the arraignment of a young black man accused of murdering a white girl. Hutch' s friend, Matt, a reporter is intrigued when he finds out the kid is claiming he ran into the girl by accident and she'd been wearing a wedding dress and had her face painted white. He claimed she was ...more
Jun 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Fun, fast-paced, well written legal thriller! I enjoyed getting to know the characters better, and seeing how there relationships grow and change. Looking forward to the next Trial Junkies novel!
Lisa O'Neill
Oct 13, 2013 rated it really liked it
I really liked this book, even more so than the first Trial Junkies. The characters are coming alive as the relationships shift and develop, and the plot was fast-moving and gripping.
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An ITW Thriller Award nominated novelist, Robert Gregory Browne believes his mission as a writer is to grab hold of you and keep you captive on the page until he's ready to let you go.

In addition to writing several thrillers, including the bestselling TRIAL JUNKIES series and the FOURTH DIMENSION THRILLERS, Rob composes music, plays the guitar and keyboards and has even been known to sing now and

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