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Lacy Stoltz never expected to be in the firing line. Investigating judicial misconduct by Florida's one thousand judges, her cases so far have been relatively unexciting. That's until she meets Greg Myers, an indicted lawyer with an assumed name, who has an extraordinary tale to tell. Myers is representing a whistle blower who knows of a judge involved in organised crime. Along with her gangster associates this judge has facilitated the building of a casino on an Indian reservation. At least two people who opposed the scheme are dead. Since the casino was built, the judge has made several fortunes off undeclared winnings. She owns property around the world, hires private jets to take her where she wishes, and her secret vaults are overflowing with rare books, art and jewels. No one has a clue what she's been doing - until now
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John Grisham has perfected the art of cooking up convincing, fast-paced thrillers
Telegraph||Leaves one eager for more
Spectator||No one does it better than Grisham
Daily Telegraph||A master storyteller
Huffington Post||A fascinating look at judicial corruption - an entirely convincing story and one of Grisham's best.
Washington Post||It may seem odd to describe a jigsaw as nail-biting, but that is precisely what John Grisham delivers.
Daily Mail||[T]his is not a story about a triumph or a miscarriage of courtroom justice. It's the more devious, surprising story of a smart man who gets even smarter once he spends five years honing his skills as a jailhouse lawyer -- and then expertly concocts an ingenious revenge scheme... Mr. Grisham writes with rekindled vigor here.
New York Times||Grisham introduces a small-town Virginia lawyer named Malcolm Bannister, who's dubiously convicted of money laundering for a drug-lord client, and maps out a revenge plot from his federal penitentiary cell that's twice as elaborate as the one Alexandre Dumas cooked up in The Count of Monte Cristo. Like many a Grisham hero, Mal is a legal insider who knows how to work the system to his advantage. He's also a peculiarly lone wolf, willing to shed all his family ties in pursuit of a very long and entertaining con.
Entertainment Weekly||'Electrifying... carries the reader along one track (innocent man seeks exoneration) only to switch on to another (cat-and-mouse caper) halfway through with delicious, frictionless ease.'
The Guardian||No one can make the legal fraternity quite as exciting.
West Australian||another gratifying Grisham tale where David dances round Goliath and lands a knockout punch.
South Coast Register||Hang on to your subpoenas, it's an exhilaratingly fast and dangerous ride.
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