Undue Influence

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Jove Books, 1996 - California - 462 pages
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Paul Madriani made a deathbed promise to his wife to help her sister Laurel win a custody battle against Jack Vega. But when Jack's new wife is found shot to death in her bathtub--and Laurel is caught fleeing with crucial evidence--things heat up. The CBS mini-series of this title airs September 15th and 17th.

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I was getting set to rate it a 3.5-4, until the ending. - Goodreads

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I would say don't bother with this one. The book was very long. It had very detailed courtroom scenes, although long and a little slow moving I did find it interesting. I was getting set to rate it a ... Read full review

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Page 193: While flying to Hawaii Dana's uses the cell phones on the plane? "I watch her move down the aisle toward one of the cellular phones up front." Danny is fifteen and drives a Vespa. The trial ... Read full review


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About the author (1996)

Bestselling author Steve Martini was born on February 28, 1946 in San Francisco, California. He graduated from the University of California at Santa Cruz and received a law degree from the University of the Pacific's McGeorge School of Law. Martini worked as a newspaper reporter and political correspondent. As a lawyer, he represented clients in civil and criminal cases, was the Deputy Director of the State Office of Administrative Hearings, worked as an administrative judge, and worked with the California Victims of Violent Crimes program. Martini mined his past experiences to produce such legal thrillers as "Compelling Evidence," "Prime Witness" and "Undue Influence." He is the author of the Paul Madriani series of books.

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