Book Review List
Act of Revenge by Robert Tanenbaum
The Blue Nowhere by Jeffery Deaver
The Burden of Proof by Scott Turow
Code to Zero by Ken Follet
The Coffin Dancer by Jeffery Deaver
Hannibal by Thomas Harris
The Inner Sanctum by Sterhen Frey
Justice Denied by Robert Tanenbaum
A Painted House by John Grisham
Pleading Guilty by Scott Turow
Power Plays Cold War by Tom Clancy
Praying for Sleep by Jeffery Deaver
The Rainmaker by John Grisham
Reckless Endangerment by Robert Tanenbaum
Red Dragon by Thomas Harris
The Silence of the Lambs by Thomas Harris
Special Ops by W.E.B. Griffin
Timeline by Michael Crichton
Tom Clancy's Net Force by Tom Clancy
Tom Clancy's Op-Center Mirror Image
True Justice by Robert Tanenbaum
Trust Fund by Stephen Frey
Tuesdays With Morrie by Mitch Albom
Veritas by William Lashner
The Vulture Fund by Stephen Frey
An old man. a young man, and life;s greatest lesson...
I don't know what possessed me to buy this book, maybe a memory of Papa , my someone. It is not a typical read for me. However, the wisdoms imparted in this book are both timeless and simplistic, deeply moving and enlightening. ...
Chicago Tribune), chief assistant district attorney Butch Karp and his wife, private security consultant Marlene Ciampi, are caught in the deadliest crossfire of their careers, an escalating war between New York's Mafia crime syndicate and its lethally powerful Chinese gangs. This time, though, the stakes have never been more dangerous, for their twelve-year-old daughter is the target...
Mr. Tanebaum is easily one of my favorites. His mastery of this of the fictional crime genre is beyond reproach. Excellent book, excellent series, read'em all...
His first two bestsellers, Presumed Innocent, and The Burden of Proof, wer among the most spectacularly acclaimed blockbusters of recent years. Now, with PLEADING GUILTY, Scott Turow has created what may be his most compelling character in his most accomplished story to date
Well conceived and well written. I found the book very entertaining and easily read. A good break from your standard who-dunnit...
A diplomat is gunned down in midtown Manhattan. A girl is raped and thrown out a tenement window in Alphabet City. A Mafia muscle man is running rinds around the law. A beautiful Yuppie's career is cut short by a knife. In a city of political terrorists, paid killers, murderous muggers, and shysters who can spring the scum of the earth, Homicide Bureau Chief Butch Karp has his work cut out for him as he joins forces with hid ferociously dedicated wife and fellow A.D.A., Marlene Ciampi. Together they take on every dirty-dealing felon from the lower depths of a high-rise hell to the pits of a Big Apple judicial system rotten to the core...
Intriguing book by one of my favorite authors. Greatly impressed by the character growth throughout this book and the whole series. Makes you want to be a lawyer...
David Mitchell, fast-rising portfolio manager at the exclusive Sagamore Investnebt Managing Group, has just been handed his future on a golden platter. If all goes according to plan, a struggling plane-manufacturing company will win a coveted government defense contract... and David himself will become very, very rich. Gaining the trust of IRS agent Jesse Hayes is a critical part of thescheme. But the unwitting recruit has troubles of her own. Her boss has been found dead, and incriminating tax files level suspicion at a high-profile senatorial candidate
Fast-paced action and shocking conclusions are trademarks of Frey's novels. Has been called the "Grisham of Wall Street". I think it lends itself perfectly to a screenplay. Highly recommended...
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