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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 114 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Cycle304 avatar reviewed After Dark on + 135 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
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.
gigi avatar reviewed After Dark on + 355 more book reviews
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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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Book beging with 2 seemingly unrelated murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice.
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Legal thriller that begins with two unrelad murders and ends in a chilling case of perverted justice.
hollielazor avatar reviewed After Dark on + 83 more book reviews
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.
iwant2bahulagirl avatar reviewed After Dark on + 17 more book reviews
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.
suzyshadow avatar reviewed After Dark on + 125 more book reviews
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.
AngelWings avatar reviewed After Dark on + 160 more book reviews
A very good thriller. You don't want to put it down!
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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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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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Courtroom drama-involving politicians. judges. Suspenseful but convoluted. Hubby loved it.
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This haas interesting twists in it
twosey avatar reviewed After Dark on + 52 more book reviews
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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I read this book a while back. I remember enjoying it at the time.
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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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