Book Reviews of The Last Innocent Man

The Last Innocent Man
The Last Innocent Man
Author: Phillip Margolin
ISBN-13: 9780060739683
ISBN-10: 0060739681
Publication Date: 2/1/2005
Pages: 334
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 41 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Full of surprises. Each time you think you've figured things out, there's another twist.
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My first Margolin book - I just ordered more, I loved it!
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Suspenseful and suprising. Plenty of action and drama.
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An explosive novel of suspense,as a trial lawyer faces his worst fear- freeing a dangerous psychopath, and risks paying the price...in blood.
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a good lawyer, trial mystery
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A legal thriller with an interesting twist.
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First book I read by this author and found him engaging and always keeping you guessing with the suspense. Good book, I will read more of his titles. K.C.C.
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Defense attorney David Nash has made a career out of setting monsters free--and no one does it better. Now a case has come to "The Ice Man" that could help cleanse Nash of the guilt and doubts that torment him: that rarest of all defendants, an innocent man.

A fellow lawyer has been accused of a heinous crime--the brutal murder of an undercover vice cop. But the case that is supposed to be Nash's redemption could prove to be his downfall, dragging him into a dark and sinister world where lies and the truth are interchangeable; where the manipulator becomes the manipulated; and where every answer spawns more complex and terrifying questions. And as the shadows close in around him, the final question that remains for David Nash concerns his own fate: life...or death?
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This was a good book. It kept me guessing.
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A defense attorney is called the Ice Man because he is cool, unruffled, and practically unbeatable in the courtroom. Most of his clients are guilty. Suddenly the Ice Man questions the cost of his victories when rapists and murderers are set free. Then a case comes along where he can redeem himself.
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David Nash, defense attorney, is unbeatable in the courtroom. Most of his clients are guilty. A few may be monsters. Suddenly he is assailed by doubts and unanswered questions. What is the cost of each victory, each murderer set free, to society and to his soul? Then comes a case that may be Nash's redemption. A client whose innocence he can believe in, a rising lawyer and family man accused of the brutal murder of an undercover cop. But as the case moves forward, new doubts grip him. What is the truth?
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The papers call him Ice Man. David Nash, defense attorney - cool, unruffled, practically unbeatable in the courtroom. Most of his clients are guilty. A few may be monsters. Suddenly the Ice Man is assailed by doubts and unanswerable questions. What is the cost of each victory, each rapist or murderer set free -- to society and to Nash's soul. Then comes a case that may be Nash's redemption!
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The papers call him the Ice Man, David Nash, defense attorney--cool, unruffled, practically unbeatable in the courtroom. Most of his clients are guilty. A few may be monsters. Suddenly the Ice Man is assailed by doubts and unanswerable questions. What is the cost of each victory, each rapist or murderer set free--to society and to Nash's soul?
Then comes a case that may be Nash's redemption. A client whose innocence he can believe in, a rising lawyer and family man accused of the brutal murder of an undercover vice cop...
But this case will eventually bring new doubts to light....