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Final Paradox (Osgoode Trilogy #2)

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Harry Jenkins, an honest lawyer, seeks truth and love in a world darkened by fraud and deceit. Years back, Elixicorp, a company developing a drug to forestall memory loss, defrauded millions from Toronto's elite. But since then, no one has been able to find the money. This long buried treasure has poisoned the lives of all who seek it.

His elderly client, Norma Dinnick, tee
Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 10th 2006 by iUniverse
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Nov 19, 2008 rated it really liked it
An excellent read, in no way a light read - by far!

Harry Jenkins believes his client, Norma Dinnick, an eight-seven-year-old widow, is balancing on a very thin line between reality and insanity. Norma calls Harry with the intention of rewriting her will, and is convinced that Archie Brinks, the executor of her estate, is trying to poison her by substituting her arthritis medication. He wants her money and the share that her deceased husband had hidden years before. She’s determined to change her
Jenn Andrew
Jul 24, 2008 rated it it was ok
Final Paradox is the second book in the Osgoode Trilogy. It is about a lawyer named Harry Jenkins who not only is defending his client’s state of mind, but tries to protect Norma Dinnick when it comes to some shares in her estate. It seems everyone is after those mysterious shares, especially a man named George Pappas. The reader has no choice but to be drawn into the story because it features the lives of three distinct characters.

Norma Dinnick wavers from reality to wonderland when she seems
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I’m a born and bred Torontonian! Almost every culture and language is here. The city affects my writing both as a setting and ways of looking at a world with such immense variety.
Toronto is the setting for my first novel, Conduct in Question, in The Osgoode Trilogy, inspired by my many years of law practice here. Harry Jenkins, the protagonist of the trilogy, seeks love, compassion, forgiveness
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Other Books in the Series

Osgoode Trilogy (3 books)
  • Conduct in Question (Osgoode Trilogy, #1)
  • A Trial of One (Osgoode Trilogy, #3)