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Book Review: The Tug Wyler Mysteries by Andy Siegel

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The word “hero” conjures up many manifestations of life saving, daring do, 6-feet-tall-navy-SEAL-firefighter-commandos. What the word “hero” doesn’t bring to mind is a malpractice lawyer.  When you hear those words what you see instead is a  stereotypical ambulance chaser, with … Continue reading

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Book Review: Twenty-One Days by Anne Perry

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If you are a fan of the Pitt mystery series, you will absolutely love the next installment by Anne Perry. Twenty-One Days, has the Pitt son, Daniel, now a newly minted Cambridge lawyer, defending accused murderers in court. Now of … Continue reading

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Book Review: An Echo of Murder by Anne Perry

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The latest in the William and Hester Monk series involves the brutal murder of a Hungarian immigrant. It is decidedly vicious in nature, something for the most part, still unheard of in Victorian England. So begins the story An Echo of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Without Fear or Favor by Robert K. Tanenbaum

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The latest in the Karp-Ciampi series, Without Fear or Favor, by Robert Tanenbaum, is a seat of your pants thriller ripped from today’s most sensational headlines.The City is rife with stoked anger, and racial violence. The new cast of characters … Continue reading

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Book Review: Testimony by Scott Turow

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At one time humanity’s attention was turned to an area of the world called Bosnia, Srebrenica, and Kosovo. These words became synonymous with war crimes, mass murder, and genocide. Sadly, it is amazing how easily such crimes are forgotten. Yet, … Continue reading

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