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The Jury Master

The Jury Master, March 2006
David Sloane #1
by Robert Dugoni

Grand Central Publishing
Featuring: Charles Jenkins; David Sloane; Tom Molia
448 pages
ISBN: 044657869X
EAN: 9780446578691
Kindle: B001BYAPNQ
Hardcover / e-Book
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"Amazing setting, well-crafted characters in this legal thriller."

Fresh Fiction Review

The Jury Master
Robert Dugoni

Reviewed by Anne Pepper
Posted March 15, 2006

Thriller Legal | Mystery Legal | Suspense

Dugoni's legal thriller opens in San Francisco, with wrongful death attorney David Sloane in the final stages of a case regarding the defense of a corporation. Having won 14 cases in a row, he's used to hostile juries, and this one is no different. Sloane despises his client.

Sloane has something in common with CIA agent Charles Jenkins, as both share a terrifying nightmare. Oddly enough, the men are utter strangers. In both cases, the awful nightmares have continued into adulthood.

Meanwhile, in West Virginia, Tom Molia, a police detective, is investigating the suicide of a presidential advisor, which inevitably explains the link between Sloane and Jenkins in an international conspiracy.

If you're into amazing settings and well-crafted characters, Dugoni is the man to read. THE JURY MASTER is a bit long, but well-worth the reading time.

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David Sloane is the best wrongful death attorney in San Francisco. But despite his professional success, he's plagued by a nightmare of a childhood he cannot consciously remember. When he recieves a package from a White House confidant who then turns up dead, the contents reveal a history he could never have imagined.

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