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How it Happened

Written by Michael Koryta — It was Rob Barrett’s academic research into criminal interrogation which led him to join the FBI, and it was his reputation as an expert in the field which led the chief of the Boston bureau to request his support in an…
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NTN: The Extraditionist

Written by Todd Merer — A debut thriller that shines a light into a particularly dark corner of the legal world, The Extraditionist is the story of a talented lawyer who’s made his comfortable living representing the leaders of drug cartels at risk of being…
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Without Fear or Favor

Written by Robert K Tanenbaum — Among many other legal posts, Tanenbaum has been a prosecutor, an Assistant District Attorney, has taught law, and served two terms as mayor of Beverly Hills, California. This is the 29th book in the long-running series of legal thrillers…
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From the Shadows

Written by Neil White — From the Shadows opens with a nameless stalker watching a woman from inside her flat. He’s a professional, and knows how break in, stalk silently in the shadows and remain unseen. It’s 1am. But things don’t go as we suspect they…
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The Ex

Written by Alafair Burke — Even two decades later, New York criminal defense lawyer Olivia Randall has never quite forgiven herself for the unnecessarily cruel way she broke up with her fiancé, Jack Harris. As Olivia narrates the story, we learn that nice-guy Jack had…
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The Liar

Written by Steve Cavanagh — New York-based con artist turned lawyer Eddie Flynn is back for a third story in this highly entertaining series. In The Liar, he has to work out who is telling the truth and who is… the liar. It’s 2 August 2002 in Upstate…
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You Don't Know Me

Written by Imran Mahmood — Debut author Imran Mahmood is a criminal defence barrister, which ties in neatly with this book’s USP. Mahmood has fashioned a courtroom thriller, but of a different kind wherein most of the usual protagonists are absent. The narrative is solely delivered…
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Interview: Steve Cavanagh

Crime author Steve Cavanagh is lawyer by day, and he says this is because he joined the wrong queue when enrolling for college. What he actually wanted to study was business and marketing. It was a happy accident, it seems, as now he is a successful civil…
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