Jury Of One

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Berkley Publishing Group, 2005 - Fiction - 423 pages
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Shelly Trotter, the daughter of the state governor and a children's rights advocate, comes to the aid of a seventeen-year-old former client accused of killing a police officer, only to discover that the boy had become caught up in an undercover sting to trap corrupt cops. Reprint.

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User Review  - Linda - Goodreads

Really 3.5 stars. Great read for the summer! Read full review

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User Review  - Bgrayyoung - Goodreads

A good legal thriller that kept you (and the main character too) guessing until the very end. Read full review

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David Ellis is an author who won the Edgar Allan Poe Award for Best First Novel for Line of Vision. He has also published several other books such as: Life Sentence, Jury of One, In the Company of Liars, and Eye of the Beholder. In 2009, The Hidden Man debuted Daveżs new series character, Jason Kolarich. The Hidden Man was nominated for the L.A. Times Book Prize and Barry Award. His second Jason Kolarich novel, Breach of Trust, was based in part on the scandal involving impeached Governor Rod Blagojevich and was recently released in paperback as well. Daveżs new Jason Kolarich novel, The Wrong Man, was released on June 28, 2012. In addition, Guilty Wives, Daveżs first novel co-authored with best-seller James Patterson, was released on March 26, 2012. Itżs an international thriller about four frustrated wives who vacation in Monte Carlo and wind up being the most wanted criminals in French history. As a lawyer, Dave prosecuted and convicted Governor Rod Blagojevich in the Impeachment trial before the Illinois Senate. He currently serves as Special Counsel to the Speaker of the Illinois House of Representatives. He has argued dozens of cases at the trial and appellate levels, specializing in constitutional law.

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