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by David Hosp

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Author:
David Hosp
ISBN13:
978-1447210016
ISBN:
1447210018
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Publisher:
Pan MacMillan (September 1, 2011)
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Literary
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4.5
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Struggling Boston attorney Scott Finn is happy to do any legal work-until he lands the most twisted case of his career.

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Struggling Boston attorney Scott Finn is happy to do any legal work-until he lands the most twisted case of his career. David Hosp (Scott Finn 3). (Book in the Scott Finn Series).

David Hosp (Scott Finn 3).

David Hosp has turn out to be one of those rare new finds where you can't help but go though their entire catalogue having found . Innocence, by David Hosp. Narrated by George Guidall, produced by Recorded Books, downloaded from audible.

David Hosp has turn out to be one of those rare new finds where you can't help but go though their entire catalogue having found them. I've now read the first two book sin the Scott Finn series, and found the sort of books you can't put down until finished. This is the third, I believe in the Scott Finn series, about a Boston lawyer, who started working for a corporate firm, and is now in solo practice handling criminal defense.

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Certain real locations and public fi gures are mentioned, but all other characters and events described in the book are totally imaginary.

The events and characters in this book are fictitious. Certain real locations and public fi gures are mentioned, but all other characters and events described in the book are totally imaginary. Except as permitted under the .

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He finds time to write his novels on his daily commute by boat across Boston harbour.

He finds time to write his novels on his daily commute by boat across Boston harbour. He lives with his wife and family in the city. Библиографические данные.

A knock-out; Grisham with passion, even a touch of the great Michael Connelly thrown i. .It crackles from the first page to the last and never lets up for a second’.

Attorney Scott Finn has returned to the tough Charlestown streets of his youth, where he ekes out a living from any legal work he can get. But nothing has prepared him for a case as twisted as the one he now faces. Fifteen years ago doctor and illegal immigrant Vincente Salazar was convicted of a brutal attack on a female undercover cop. Now he finds support in his claim for a new trial and Finn is the only one able to fight to find the truth. Allying himself with maverick detective Tom Kozlowski, Finn uncovers a web of lies, corruption and secrets that stretch from Central America to Boston's suburbs which could threaten the security of the nation. Before Finn and Kozlowski know it, it will be their lives that hang in the balance as they search desperately for the thin line between guilt and innocence. `A knock-out; Grisham with passion, even a touch of the great Michael Connelly thrown in . . . It crackles from the first page to the last and never lets up for a second' Daily Mail
  • I am a little backwards with David Hosp's novels. I read his last novel 'Among Thieves' and found it so wonderful, I am now reading the rest of his books. 'Innocence' and 'Among Thieves' can be read on their own, and the story line is not lost, but it is wonderful to have a few insights from each.

    David Hosp has invented the kind of character in Scott Finn that we all want for our lawyer. He is an intelligent, wiley, respectful detective. He has left a powerful law firm to go out on his own. A former police detective, Tom Kozlowski, is working with him. What we have here are two strong and silent men. An intern, Liisa has a foul mouth and talks alot to make up for the silence, I assume. One two many foul words, however, I believe she is strong, and I like her more without her motormouth. Finn is asked by a fellow lawyer from his old firm to assist on a case where all the evidence points to guilt of the convicted felon, Vincente Salazar. Finn is asked to become involved in a case sponsored by the New England Innocence Project. David Hosp has been involved with this group, and he is able to give us a great deal of information about fingerprints, their use and their uselessness because of that involvement. Finn and Kozlowski discuss a couple of finer points about the real value of evidence in this novel that give insight into the Innocence Project. Salazar has been in jail for fifteen years for the shooting and attempted rape of a young policewoman. As a result of the shooting she is paralyzed. Salazar and his family left San Salvador with the help of a Latino street gang, and Finn finally believes that Salazar may have been set up in this case. Neither the police nor the street gang want this case reopened and danger and mayhem proceed.

    This story has the backing of a tried and true old plot of bad policing and the good guys, but it also has many twists and turns. I learned a great deal about fingerprinting I had not known, and the Innocence Project is indeed one of the better projects to help with those who are truly innocent. There is a fine thin line between guilt and innocence, and Finn shows it off to perfection.

    Highly recommended. prisrob 11-22-09

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  • This is my third or fourth Scott Finn, Boston criminal lawyer, book and maybe the best one. David Hosp has created a series I really enjoy reading. INNOCENCE is a very very good story. Vincente Salazar's fifteen year old conviction is being scrutinized by the Innocence Project and Scott Finn is left with the case to appeal. Salazar was convicted of the brutal attack on a policewoman so this case is very unpopular with the police in Boston. Finn with help from his former cop, P I Tom Kozlowski and new legal intern Lissa Krantz make a great team...the love story with her and Kozwolski is fun too. As always the book is full of great drama, good humor and fine courtroom drama. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

  • Excellent literary work, except for the gratuitous blasphemy. I'm sure the author CAN do without it but chose to include it. Last time I read one of hs books!

  • The story featured the El Salvadoran gang VDS. I had just attended a class about them at work. I am a Corrections Officer. There is a lot of interesting information about finger printing, and DNA tests.
    David managed to weave all this educating into a very interesting novel.

  • I enjoyed all the little twists and turns. Very well-written; reminded me of Michael Connelly.

  • fast read great author just discovered his work and bought all of them love the boston history and sites mentioned as well

  • The end is the best of the book. A twist, but you knew that was coming, but not what you expected. A good series getting better.

  • I bought David Hosp's Dark Harbor on a bargin book table and loved it, so I went to Amazon to see if there were any other books out there by Hosp and found Inocence. Enjoyed it very much and am looking forward to more books by Hosp.