In Robert Dugoni’s Her Lethal Sport, a protection lawyer is ready to play, however is she a pawn in a grasp’s lethal match? Take a look at Jeff Ayer’s assessment!
Whether or not it’s crime fiction within the type of Michael Connelly or a authorized thriller like John Grisham writes, Robert Dugoni is the grandmaster of them each. His Tracy Crosswhite police sequence has been breaking gross sales data, and Dugoni’s newest, Her Lethal Sport, launches a brand new authorized sequence that may certainly be one other bestseller.
Keera Duggan has a artful thoughts and is a chess prodigy. Her dad, Patsy, was as soon as generally known as a star lawyer, however he misplaced all of it because of the bottle. After extenuating circumstances drive Keera to depart a Seattle prosecutor job, she joins her father’s prison protection regulation agency. When a big case lands within the agency’s lap, Keera realizes she should deal with it herself to revive her and her father’s reputations.
Vince LaRussa is a monetary supervisor, and one night after giving a speech, he arrives residence to search out his spouse killed. His alibi seems strong, however the extra the police examine the homicide, the guiltier LaRussa seems. So as to add to the thriller, somebody with intimate information of LaRussa and his previous leaves cryptic names and clues in untraceable emails.
With an enemy all the time seeming two steps forward, Keera makes use of technique and crafty to make sure each transfer on one aspect is met with the right response on the opposite. Certainly, a lethal recreation.
Dugoni mixes chess and the courtroom to create one other stellar thriller. Readers with no understanding of chess is not going to really feel misplaced, and the thriller blends the basic Paul Newman movie, The Verdict, with Perry Mason in refreshing methods. Justice has hardly ever been this compelling.
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