I'm currently reading this one. I can't give it a rating, yet.
This is a book that was given to me and it was purchased from a book exchange. It is not new, but is in good condition.
Not my type of book, but it was OK. Interesting plot filled with suspense and twists.
Star Witness recounts a sensational murder and trial at the very pinnacle of the movie business. It's also a meditation on the magic--and the deceptive power--of the movies. Mary Margaret Flanders, the most charismatic star in Hollywood, is found nude with her throat cut, floating in the swimming pool of her palatial mansion. The chief suspect is her husband, the brilliant director Stanley Roth. Enter Joseph Antonelli, one of the nation's top criminal-defense lawyers (and the star of four previous D.W. Buffa tales), who is soon grappling with vicious Hollywood politics, a huge media circus, and a client so complex and unpredictable that even his own lawyer doubts his innocence.
Buffa's courtroom scenes are full of authentic details.