The jury on a high-profile murder case discovers that the jury room can hold almost as many surprises as the courtroom. The story is told through the eyes of writer Libby Winslow, a juror in the trial of a playboy accused of murdering a model who spurned him. While lawyers argue and witnesses tell their story, the jurors experience their own little dramas, including Libby who debates which of two fellow jurors to have a fling with--Alex, the carpenter, or William, the banker. By the author of Any Given Moment.
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Jury duty: a novelUser Review - Not Available - Book Verdict
This cross between the movie Twelve Angry Men (1957) and a Danielle Steele-like novel results in a very readable tale. The thirtysomething heroine, Libby Winslow, looks forward to a break in her ... Read full review
Review: Jury DutyUser Review - Barner - Goodreads
Interesting insight into a jury trial and the relationships that develop among the jurors. Probably a little far sighted, BUT the novel is very readable and interesting. The jurors represent all types ... Read full review