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Seven Shadows by VS Kemanis

If you’ve read any of VS Kemanis’s previous Dana Hargrove legal thrillers, you’ll be familiar with her lively, interesting cast of characters. There’s Dana, a former prosecutor, now a judge in Manhattan’s criminal court system. There’s Cheryl Hargrove, her sister, a successful actor who plays…
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The Holdout

Written by Graham Moore — The courtroom drama is a familiar and well worn trope in the land of crime fiction. The likes of John Grisham have made a fortune out of it, Michael Connelly has created his own little niche with his Lincoln Lawyer,…
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How it Happened

American writer Michael Koryta is finding the transition from promising newcomer to established bestselling author and easy one. In How It Happened, FBI agent Rob Barrett returns to the Maine countryside of his childhood to investigate a double murder. His interrogation of an unreliable witness…
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Quicksand

Written by Malin Persson Giolito, translated by Rachel Willson-Broyles — Colorado, Las Vegas, Florida – mass shootings are seen as an American phenomenon, but eight years ago Norway witnessed one of the worst such events and it is a Scandinavian book that is one of…
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Thirteen

Written by Steve Cavanagh — The courtroom drama market seems to have been cornered for many years by John Grisham, with a little Michael Connelly and his creation Mickey Haller on the side. Look out folks, because with Thirteen Steve Cavanagh, and his con artist…
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