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Praise for David Rosenfelt
“David Rosenfelt’s series, featuring wisecracking Paterson attorney Andy Carpenter, is two parts John Grisham and one part Dave Barry. . . . More murders and plot twists advance the story to an exciting conclusion involving homeland security, making this the best, most complex legal thriller in the series.”
---The Star-Ledger on One Dog Night
“A blessed anomaly in crime fiction . . . Andy is like a gulp of cold water on a steamy day. . . . Rosenfelt peels back the layers of puzzlement ever so skillfully, tantalizing us throughout until, finally, both Andy and the reader are enlightened simultaneously. A gem.”
---Booklist (starred review) on One Dog Night
“An absolutely irresistible hook . . . No one who picks up this greased-lightning account will rest till it’s finished.”
---Kirkus Reviews (starred review) on On Borrowed Time
“Dynamite thriller . . . Rosenfelt’s sly humor, breathless pacing, and terrific plot twists keep the pages spinning toward the showdown on New Year’s Eve in Times Square.”
---Publishers Weekly (starred review) on Down to the Wire
“[Rosenfelt] has pulled together a cynical political thriller that rings true in this age of terrorism, media hype, and Washington scandals.”
---Minneapolis Star Tribune on Don’t Tell a Soul
“This fast-paced and brightly written tale spins along. . . . Don’t Tell a Soul is a humdinger.”
---St. Louis Post-Dispatch on Don’t Tell a Soul
A CAREER CASE
Jamie Wagner is a young lawyer who is happy to be flying under the radar at a large firm. It's not that he isn't smart. He is. It's just that hard work, not to mention the whole legal thing, isn't exactly his passion. But then he's put on a case that turns his whole world upside down.
A FAMILY TORN
Sheryl Harrison is serving a thirty-year murder sentence for killing her husband, who she claims was abusive. The case is settled―there shouldn't be anything for Jamie to do―except now Sheryl's fourteen-year-old daughter, Karen, is sick. She has a congenital heart defect and will die without a transplant. Sheryl is a matching donor―and is willing to die to save her daughter. But suicide, no matter the motive, is illegal. Now Jamie is in way over his head.
A TRIAL BY FIRE
With Sheryl on suicide watch, Jamie's only shot at saving Karen is to reopen the murder case, prove Sheryl's innocence, and get her freed so that she can pursue her own plan. And time is running out…
"Rosenfelt has earned his crime-novelist pedigree."―Entertainment Weekly--This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition. See all Product Description