Annotations for Lawyer's Lawyer


Baker & Taylor
A celebrated, but retired, trial lawyer decides to take on the case of an accused serial killer believing the man was set up, alienating everyone from his neighbors to his girlfriend in this new novel from the author of The Mayor of Lexington Avenue. 30,000 first printing.

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Baker & Taylor
A celebrated, but retired, trial lawyer decides to take on the case of an accused serial killer believing the man was set up, alienating everyone from his neighbors to his girlfriend.

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Hachette Book Group
Celebrated Miami corporate attorney Jack Tobin was known in courtroom circles as a "lawyer's laywer", the guy the best lawyers say they'd want to represent them in a fight. Now retired from the high-powered Miami scene to the sleepy fishing town of Bass Creek, Tobin picks his high-profile pro bono cases based on their merit, and his gut. When he's brought in to fight the death row appeal for a serial killer, Tobin blows the prosecution's weak case wide open--wide enough for the convicted killer to go free. This big win turns out to be the biggest regret of Jack's career as he finds himself hunting the killer down before he strikes again.

The lawyer's lawyer then becomes the hunted when an out-of-control police chief who blames Tobin for his own destroyed life trumps up charges and arrests him for murder. Now Jack needs an attorney of his own and he turns to the only man he trusts with his life--legendary Tom Wylie. Together they present a powerful defense, but will it be enough?

James Sheehan delivers an intricately plotted, fast-paced read with more than enough thrilling plot twists to satisfy the most dedicated Grisham and Connelly fan.


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