Book Reviews of Trial by Fire

Trial by Fire
Trial by Fire
Author: Nancy Taylor Rosenberg
ISBN-13: 9780525937678
ISBN-10: 0525937676
Publication Date: 1/1/1996
Pages: 339
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 15 ratings
Publisher: E P Dutton
Book Type: Hardcover
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This was an incredibly fast-pace book that was hard to put down once you started it. It draws you in from the very beginning.
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---New York Times best seller by the author of FIRST OFFENSE---
Stella Cataloni is a dazzling D.A. in Dallas who has become a media suprstar with spectacular court victories in hardball homicide cases. But now she is charged with a monstrous murder, and those she thought were her friends--and enemies she never knew she had--move in for the kill.
Is she guilty or innocent? Or both? As flashbulbs explode and video cameras roll, Stella must confront an act of violence that scarred both her body and mind. She must explore a labyrinth of corruption, love and lust that stretches back fifteen years. She must outduel a rival female D.A. who uses every trick in the lawbooks and every seduction of her sex. And, using the most powerful courtroom tools from forensic animation to virtual reality, Stella must apply every ounce of nerve and brains to escape an unseen enemy who will stop at nothing to see her dead.
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Exciting psychological thriller!
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A respected DA whose parents died in a house fire many years ago is suddenly arrested and charged with setting the fire and the murder of her parents. She claims she is innocent and sets out to prove it. Very good story
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Stella Cataloni is a dazzling D.A. in Dallas who has become a media superstar with spectacular court victories in hardball homicide monstrous murder, and those those she thought were her friends-and enimies she never knew she has-move in for the kill.
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"Incredibly fast-paced and exciting from page one to end." James Patterson
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intriguing right from the start. fast-paced. exciting.
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pretty good book for a courtroom novel.
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Stella Cataloni is a D.A. in Dallas who has become a media superstar with spectacular court victories in homicide cases. Now she is charged with a monstrous murder and her friends and enemies move in for the kill. Stella must escape an unseen enemy who will stop at nothing to see her dead.
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I give this book a 3 star rating
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Very good book, the only thing I didn't like about it was the fact that for lawyers, etc. Rosenberg always had them 'shouting' when they talked and I found that part unbelievable and the people are not very likable but the story was good.
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Stella Cataloni is a top flight DA in Dallas, who is accused of a brutal murder.
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Brilliant, hard-driving Stella Cataloni is the start of the Dallas District Attorney's office, with a amazing 100 percent conviction rate. But the conviction she most desperately wants eludes her. The fire that years also killed her parents and scarred her life remains unsolved. When her ex-boyfriend Tom Randall, who Stella is convinced set the fire, suddenly reappears in Houseton, Stella vows revenge.

But when Randall is brutally murdered, his death puts the arson case in a new light and give Houston DA Holly Oppenheimer the ruthless opportunity to put Stella behind bars for both crimes. Stella's key hope of proving her innocense is to do what the police cannot or will not do: find the killer who has mocked the law not once but twice.
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brilliant hard driving stella cataloni is the star of the dallas district attorneys office with an amazing 100 percent conviction rate but the convictions she most desperately wants agaonizingly eludes her the fire that years ago killed her parents and scarred her life remains unsovled when her ex boyfriend tom randall who stella is conviced set the fire suddenly reappears in houston stella vows revenge
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"moves at the speed of light and keeps readers frantically turning pages...with an undeniable air of authenticity."--Orlando Sentinel
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HBw/dj, same author of First Offense