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Guilt (Abe Glitsky, Bk 2)
Guilt - Abe Glitsky, Bk 2
Author: John Lescroart
Mark Dooher is a prosperous San Francisco attorney and a prominent Catholic, the last person anyone would suspect of a brutal crime. But Dooher, a paragon of success and a master of all he touches, is about to be indicted for murder. Charged with savagely killing his own wife, Dooher is fighting for his reputation and his life in a high-profile ...  more »
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PBS Market Price: $8.09 or $4.19+1 credit
ISBN-13: 9780440222811
ISBN-10: 0440222818
Publication Date: 1997
Pages: 656
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.

3.9 stars, based on 132 ratings
Publisher: Island Books
Book Type: Paperback
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scrapbooklady avatar reviewed Guilt (Abe Glitsky, Bk 2) on + 472 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 4
"Guilt" is one of those books that keeps pushing you to read "just one more chapter."

If you read the back cover, it is about a murder, but we don't get THAT murder until page 300. The set up is worth the read. Lescroart populates his novels with plenty of interesting characters and motives.

The gist if the book is a successful lawyer is indicted for murdering his wife. You know the book is heading in this direction, but when you get to that point you are still wondering if he did or didn't kill her.
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CaptCookie avatar reviewed Guilt (Abe Glitsky, Bk 2) on + 20 more book reviews
Rec'd this book before I discovered it was Bk 2 of a series so I went back & got Bk 1 " A Certain Justice". I'm so glad I did because the series is good, especially this second book. Holds you right on the edge of your seat. I can't wait to get my hands on Bks 3 & 4.
reviewed Guilt (Abe Glitsky, Bk 2) on + 10 more book reviews
One of Lescroarts best.
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Lescroart continues with his excellent series built around his main characters of Glitsky, Hardy, et. al.. He's to be commended in that I have yet to catch a flavor of him "manufacturing" books to meet deadlines. So many popular authors do that - you can easily tell when the deadline is looming in the change in pace in the book; the dropped-off attention to detail, seeming to suddenly come to the end of the book, with little closure, after getting engaged. Lescroart doesn't do this. "Guilt" and all this other books are terrific in the way they take you into the lives of the characters, maintain the mystery to such a strong degree, and give endings that are more closely what you might imagine real life to be - not a "Perry Mason" ending - but one that tends to make you think, and miss the story thread when you're done. Highly recommend the book!


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