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This book is wrong in almost everything it says, for example:
In the trial of Mike and Lindy the jury SUPPOSE that Lindy lie when she said that she wanted to marry with Mike,... Read more
This was my favorite book by Oshaughnessy. A great story. Loved the climax. A wonderfully well executed story. Don't miss your chance to read this one.Published on Aug. 14 2002
I am a big Nina Reilly fan and I have faithfully read the first three in order so I could watch the characters grow and develop. Read morePublished on Dec 22 2001
This is my first (and last) book in the series. The start is very promissing, but suddenly you find yourself in the middle of a theater-play-like situation and the end is a... Read morePublished on May 29 2001 by Jon Wichmann Hansen
A Great fictuional character is what this and hte other books have. It is a female attorney. She will do just about anything to win every case she gets involved in.Published on May 7 2001 by Daniel R. Bills
In Perry O'Shaughnessy's next novel, Breach of Promise, Nina Reilly takes on Lindy Markov. Lindy is a extremely wealthy woman who has built a multi-million dollar company with her... Read morePublished on April 13 2001 by Dana
These two sisters know how to write. I was impressed with the fast pace and intricacies of the plot. Read morePublished on Sept. 2 2000
Nina Reilly is a complex, interesting, realistic, and likable character. Jeff Riesner is a devious stuffed shirt you love to hate. Read morePublished on July 20 2000 by watzizname
This was the second book of O'Shaghnessy's I have read. I really enjoyed the book. The only dislike was the way the jury deliberations was drug out. Read morePublished on Jan. 17 2000 by Jennifer Davis