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A Trial of One: The Third in the Osgoode Trilogy (Osgoode Trilogy #3)

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""The gathering of the ravens presages a disturbance of the natural order.""Attorney Harry Jenkins is back in "A Trial of One," the final installment of the unsolved saga started in Mary E. Martin's "Conduct in Question" and continued in "Final Paradox."Jenkins is on a frantic search for shares of Elixicorp Enterprises stock, worth over thirty million dollars, for his elde ...more
Hardcover, 416 pages
Published September 3rd 2007 by iUniverse (first published 2007)
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Jun 05, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A Trial Of One
Author: Mary E. Martin

Alzheimer’s is a death sentence and although there have been many clinical trials and research to find the true cause of the disease and a cure non-has been found. When someone is diagnosed with this illness it just a matter of time before their mind deteriorates their thoughts become like scrambled eggs so tangled and jumbled they no longer make sense or can communicate properly. I know this because I witnessed it first hand with my mom. There are no treatmen
With an intricate plot, an excellent ending to an astounding trilogy!

Just when Harry believes that he can take a breath and slow down, he’s in for the biggest ride of his life. He continues to visit Norma at the institution, determined to help find the missing shares to Elixicorp for her, understanding that they’re worth approximately thirty-million dollars. And just when he thought he had no worries, as all the men who’ve threatened him and Norma are no longer in the picture, in comes ‘Dr.’ Rob
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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)
  • Final Paradox (Osgoode Trilogy, #2)