Move to Strike
New York Times bestselling author Perri O'Shaughnessy takes the courtroom thriller to breathtaking new heights in Move to Strike, a page-turning masterpiece of suspense that brings back attorney Nina Reilly, hailed by critics as "one of the most interesting heroines in legal thrillers today" (San Jose Mercury News).
Nina Reilly thought she'd seen it all. An attorney and single mother, Nina isn't afraid to tackle the toughest cases and trickiest defenses. But she is wholly unprepared for her latest client—sixteen-year-old Nicole Zack, rebel, thief, and best friend of Nina's teenage son, Bob.
Did Nikki steal something from her uncle, a prominent plastic surgeon, then kill him in cold blood? To find out, Nina calls in Paul van Wagoner, a P.I. and ex-lover whose bravado conceals a troubling personal secret.
As Paul investigates the eerily coincidental death of the surgeon's son— killed in a plane crash the same night his father was murdered—Nina sorts through the twisting lies surrounding Nikki, uncovering a seething mystery, some enraged former patients, and two very old crimes.
Finally, Nina must confront the central question she must answer in order to save her client: What did Nikki really see the night of her uncle's murder?
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - pnorman4345 - LibraryThing
The authors, for the first 95% of the book move comfortably, not over dramatically, towards a denouement, often developing interesting characters. The end is just silly. Often a there is padding. The book needs a lot of hard straightforward work. Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mrtall - LibraryThing
My first go at a Perri O'Shaughnessy, and I wasn't much impressed. Pretty corny stuff, and although one half of the authorial duo is an editor, this book is loaded with editorial errors and weaknesses. Read full review