The Simeon Chamber

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Jove Books, May 1, 1994 - Fiction - 320 pages
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Lawyer Sam Bogardus's client believed her natural father died years ago in a bizarre accident. But now, she's received word that he's still alive and tied to a hidden fortune. Sam's investigation uncovers a web of conspiracy so shocking that it's enough to make the lawyer take the law into his own hands. Powerful suspense from the bestselling author of Compelling Evidence and Prime Witness. Fine.

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User Review  - AliceAnna - LibraryThing

What a talented writer. This was his first effort and it was a good one. As much as I enjoy the main character of his other novels, Sam Bogardus is a gem. And Martini got me with the ending -- I was not expecting it. Overall, a great read with some wonderful full-blown characters. Read full review

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This was not the best Martini book I have ever read, but it was great fun nonetheless. Enveloping Sir Francis Drake, the California coast, WR Hearst and sinister characters in a murder mystery was an ... Read full review


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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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