A Conflict of Interest

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Simon and Schuster, May 17, 2011 - Fiction - 384 pages
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A stunning debut suspense novel in the bestselling tradition of Scott Turow and John Grisham—from a “gifted writer” with a “long and successful career ahead of him” (Publishers Weekly, starred review).

At thirty-five, criminal defense attorney Alex Miller is the youngest partner at New York City’s most prestigious law firm, with the life he’s always dreamed of. When Alex’s father suddenly passes away, Alex is introduced to Michael Ohlig, a rich and powerful man who holds an almost mythical place in his family lore. But Alex is surprised when Ohlig admits that he’s in serious legal trouble, accused of a high-profile financial scam involving hundreds of millions of dollars.

When Alex takes on Ohlig’s defense, secrets are revealed that force Alex to question the motives of all the people in his life. Most importantly, he must decide whether the identity he projects to the world is the man he truly is—or even wants to be.

With its powerful voice, pulse-pounding tension, and strong cast of characters, A Conflict of Interest will captivate readers until its electrifying conclusion.

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User Review  - JudithDCollins - LibraryThing

With an ARC, via NetGalley of Adam Mitzner's upcoming, Losing Faith 4/14/2015, and the date being further out, decided to purchase A Case of Redemption and A Conflict of Interest, both audiobooks ... Read full review

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User Review  - bitsy08 - LibraryThing

When I think of what it must be to write a book, I'm sure it would be beyond me to do so, even though I'm an avid reader. It's always great to find another really good writer and that is so in the ... Read full review

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About the author (2011)

Adam Mitzner, a lawyer by day, is the author of Losing Faith, A Case of Redemption, and A Conflict of Interest. He lives with his family in New York City.

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