The Tenth Justice

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HarperCollins, Feb 1, 2011 - Fiction - 560 pages
24 Reviews

Landing a prestigious position as a Supreme Court clerk fresh out of Yale Law, Ben Addison is on the ultra-fast track to success—until he inadvertently shares a classified secret with the wrong listener. And now the anonymous blackmailer who made a killing with Ben's information is demanding more. Guilty of a criminal act, his golden future suddenly in jeopardy, Ben turns for help to his roommates—three close friends from childhood, each strategically placed near the seats of Washington power—and to his beautiful, whip-smart fellow clerk, Lisa Schulman.

But trust is a dangerous commodity in the nation's capital. And when lives, careers, and power are at stake, loyalties can shatter like glass . . . and betrayals can be lethal.

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The writing is first rate for a suspense novel. - Goodreads
It made the finale hard to read. - Goodreads
Typical Meltzer page turner. - Goodreads
In addition, the plot is fairly tight. - Goodreads

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User Review  - Mike - Goodreads

I liked this a lot. Supreme Court intrigue is not written about as often as the other two branches. When I thought I figured out the twist it turned on me. Well written! You would not know it was ... Read full review

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User Review  - Sharyn - Goodreads

Typical Meltzer page turner. Unbelievable part is that this Supreme Court clerk was dumb enough to get caught in the circle that started all the finessing. Ben Addison reveals something, and then is inback and forth trapping with his predator. Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Brad Meltzer is the number one New York Times bestselling author of The Inner Circle, The Book of Fate, and six other bestselling thrillers. He is also the host of the TV show Brad Meltzer's Decoded on the History Channel. He lives in Florida with his wife and three children. His sons prefer the book Heroes for My Son. His daughter prefers this one.

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