Book Reviews of Undue Influence (Paul Madriani, Bk 3)

Undue Influence (Paul Madriani, Bk 3)
Undue Influence - Paul Madriani, Bk 3
Author: Steve Martini
ISBN-13: 9780515120721
ISBN-10: 0515120723
Publication Date: 10/1/1996
Pages: 462
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Jove Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Great book! Will keep you reading.
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It got me going!!! Good book to read!
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A choice of the Literary Guild and Doubleday Club. An exciting thriller!
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Not his best, but okay
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If you like murder, intrigue and courtroom drama this is a great book. I really enjoyed it.
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A vicious custody battle escalates into a murder trial in this gripping courtroom drama, Martini's third to be narrated by defense attorney Paul Madriani ( Compelling Evidence , Prime Witness ). Before Madriani's wife, Nikki, died of lung cancer, she asked that Madriani look after her sister, Laurel, who's now going through a bruising custody battle with her ex-husband, Jack Vega. When Jack's young new wife, Melanie, is murdered, all the evidence points to Laurel as the killer: not only was she was seen threatening Melanie and arguing with her just before the murder, but when she's captured by the police, she has the dead woman's compact in her purse. Madriani takes on Laurel's case, but it's an uphill battle. Potential witnesses for the defense have mysteriously disappeared; while searching for them and pursuing other leads, Madriani uncovers evidence that points to a very different motive for murder--and a very obvious suspect. The action builds to a rousing climax through a brilliant series of trial scenes with several surprises. The characters are sharply drawn, the facts of the case are presented simply and the courtroom psychology is laid out vividly. Martini, who knows how to tell a story, wastes little time setting up his premise; by the time the trial starts, readers will find their fingers glued to the pages. 175,000 first printing; $250,000 ad/promo
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Never read it.