Book Reviews of After Dark

After Dark
After Dark
Author: Phillip Margolin
ISBN-13: 9780553569087
ISBN-10: 0553569082
Publication Date: 5/2/1996
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 111 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Tracy Cavanaugh is a brand new attorney and gets accepted to work with her idol of an attorney. Her first case is very high-profile. A judge dies by a car bomb. The suspect just happens to be a prosecuting attorney. Tracy keeps investigating the murder and doesn't like where her investigation is going and why!

Keeps you on your toes!
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A car bomb kills an Oregon Supreme Court Justice. His wife, a celebrated procecutor, is accused of the murder. She is defended by Tracy Cavanaugh in her first case. Fast read and very intriguing.
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This is my 2nd Phillip Margolin book and I'll be getting more; I love his style of writing. After Dark has all the elements you like in a mystery novel. Lots of action and intrigue and when you think you've figured out who the villan is, well, you're wrong.
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Very interesting. You will like Leno more after reading this.
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I read this book a while back. I remember enjoying it at the time.
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Legal thriller that begins with two unrelad murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice.
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The first woman ever hired by legendary defense lawyer Matthew Reynolds, Tracy Cavanaugh cuts her teeth on a horrifying crime: the car-bomb murder of Oregon Supreme Court Justice Robert Griffen. Reynold's client-and the chief suspect-is none other than the icy but celebrated prosecutor Abigail Griffen, the Justice's estranged wife. Tracy's research plunges her into a web of betrayal and revenge, of secret deals and hidden passions. At the heart of the case lies a twisted truth-and when the verdict comes in, she will discover that nothing is as it seems...after dark.
Really kept me on the edge of my seat.
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Very exciting, I couldn't put it down!
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A searing legal thriller that begins with two seemingly unrelated murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice.
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I always enjoy Phillip Magolin and this one doen't disappoint.
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Wow, it kept me going throughout the whole story. Great!
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This was an amazing, fast paced book with a wonderful cliffhanger. I absolutely loved this book! I am now a fan for life.
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Book beging with 2 seemingly unrelated murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice.
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Per bookcover: "From New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin comes a searing legal thriller that begins with two seemingly unrelated murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice....Exciting....The reversals and revelations are many and diabolically clever."
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"Laura Rizzatti, a law clerk for Oregon Supreme Court Justice Robert Griffen, is found slain late one night in the deserted courthouse. Her office had been ransacked-but nothing seemed to be missing. There are no suspects and no clues."
It's a good book
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great legal thriller is especially good if you recognize the places in Portland,Or
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This haas interesting twists in it
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This wasn't my favorite from this author. Some of the detail was too extensive and detailed. I like courtroom drama, but even in court it can get too wordy.
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The first woman ever hired by legendary defense lawyer Matthew Reynolds, Tracy Cavanaugh cuts her teeth on a horrifying crime. At the heart of the case lies a twisted truth-- and when the verdict comes in, she will discover that nothing is as it seems...after dark.
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A Supreme Court judge has been murdered.Who is guilty--you think you may know.
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Margolin's legal thriller, in which a killer claims that a local female prosecutor hired him to murder her husband, spent two weeks on Publisher Weekly's bestseller list.
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Interesting but somewhat slow read.....had to work to finish it
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Good story....definitely surprise ending!!
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The first woman ever hired by legendary defense attorney Matthew Reynolds, Tracy Cavanaugh cuts her teeth on a horrifying crime: the car-bomb murder of Oregon Supreme Court Justice Robert Griffen. Reynolds's client--and the chief suspect--is none other than the icy but celebrated prosecutor, Abigail Griffen, the Justice's estranged wife, and nothing is as it seems...after dark.
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A very good thriller. You don't want to put it down!
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Courtroom drama-involving politicians. judges. Suspenseful but convoluted. Hubby loved it.
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Not Margolins best, that was probably Gone,But Not Forgotten. But he always delivers a quick fast read.
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Read by Margaret Whitton. Abridged. 360 minutes. 4 cassettes.