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A Criminal Justice

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Expected publication: March 17th 2020 by Thomas & Mercer
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AC
Jan 04, 2020 rated it liked it
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Note to potential readers: to truly understand what's going on in this book, you should read A Criminal Defense (the first book in the series). While there is a precis in the form of a small infodump in the first chapter, it would be quite easy to get confused by the players and the conspiracy.

Mick McFarland, first introduced in A Criminal Defense, is back - this time being arrested at the very start of the book as his firm celebrates winning the release of an innocent man from prison.

When he,
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Donna Hines
Guilt v Innocence
Imagine being suddenly arrested and charged for a crime you didn't commit.
Now imagine going one step further with indisputable video evidence placing you at the scene of the crime.
Holy smokes - No wonder Mick's wife is trying to get his name cleared.
However, she's up against some stiff competition as David the brother of the murdered business tycoon has his wife on the prowl for answers.
It's a double header of sorts with plenty of legal beagle action to satisfy the hunger for
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Jane
Dec 27, 2019 rated it liked it
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Mick McFarland of McFarland & Klein is having a get together at his firm with his partners and associates to celebrate the release of one of Mick’s clients when the cops storm into his office and charge him with the murder of Edwin Hanson, CEO of Hanson World Industries.

The police take him down to the station for questioning along with some of his personal items that are confiscated from his office.

Four years earlier, Mick won a case for Edwin’s brother, David Hanson who was
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Melissa Ammons
Nov 20, 2019 rated it really liked it
Due out in March 2020.

Mick is on trial for the murder of Edwin Hanson.

If you have read this series, then you know Detective Tredesco and Mick are not exactly buddies. Imagine Detective Tredesco's glee, if you will, at the opportunity to arrest Mick for the murder of Edwin Hanson. Question is ... did Mick kill Edwin? Join Susan and her crack team as they begin to unravel this case.
Ray Moon
Jan 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
More People Seeking Revenge Than You Can Shake A Stick At

A local conglomerate CEO’s (Edward Hanson) murder opens this novel. The police are on it. Soon surveillance video is discovered showing the actual murder. The shooter is Mick McFarland. The police find video from other buildings showing Mick walking back to his nearby building. When arrested, his jacket, a lockbox from his desk, and his computer and corporate server were seized. The lockbox that could be opened only by Mick’s fingerprint
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Stanley McShane
Jan 10, 2020 rated it really liked it
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Protagonist Mick McFarland is the one on trial this time and brings back a few of the support characters from previous books, including Piper (Mick's wife) Vaughn and Susan (firm associate and partner), and the crime family Nunzio.

In addition to McFarland, there is a large cast of characters but hones in on his brother Tommy and old nemesis Detective John Tredesco, along with Tredesco's newish partner, delicious red-headed Murphy. I like Tommy and Murphy as both have a rough background, hers
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William L. Myers, Jr. is the No. 6 best-selling author on Amazon Kindle in 2017 for his debut novel, A Criminal Defense. That was the first in what has become the Philadelphia Legal Series. The third book in that series, A Killers Alibi debuted earlier this year.
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