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by Tim Green

ePub The Letter of the Law download
Author:
Tim Green
ISBN13:
978-0446617253
ISBN:
0446617253
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Publisher:
Grand Central Publishing (April 1, 2005)
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Subcategory:
Thrillers & Suspense
ePub file:
1604 kb
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1737 kb
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Rating:
4.6
Votes:
790

Green Ti. im Green The Letter Of The Law The first book in the Casey Jordan series, 2000 For Illyssa, my friend, my partner, and my love.

Green Ti. Special thanks to:richard and judy greenpete patnodemike kerwingeorge raustravis lewindr. CHAPTER 1. While he knew the Internet opened a doorway to the world, Walt Tanner had no idea that it would also allow evil to slip in through the bac. he raw night was typical of the Texas panhandle in late fall. Swirling leaves and grit chafed the curbside. Tanner, a tall, almost handsome salesman in a powder blue suit, sniffed at the smell of the coming weather and wiped a protective tear from his eye.

When Donald Sales' 22-year-old daughter is brutally murdered while at law school, he comes undone. Then just as the jury announces its verdict of "not guilty" Lipton leans toward his lawyer and whispers a confession of his guilt – knowing he is protected bt attorney-client privilege.

No one had seen Lipton at the law school, either. The kid marked his spot in his book with a finger and looked up through his glasses. Bolinger got in to see the dean, a stern-looking overweight woman with two last names. Obviously, he's not teaching this semester," she told him curtly. Bolinger could tell from his tone that the kid hadn't taken a class with Lipton. There wasn't a hint of the recognition that a student would display for a teacher he'd studied under.

This was my first Tim Green book. This is my first of Tim Green but I found The Letter of The Law intriguing. It had some interesting possibilities but I thought his courtroom scenes seemed unreal compared to many of the other legal thrillers I've read. There was really no character to like or to identify with in the book. It certainly wasn't the worst book I've read of this genre but I would definitely pick up a John Grisham or Scott Turow next time I want an enjoyable legal thriller.

I have read another book by Mr. Green that I loved. I bought these books for his summer reading pleasure on the porch.

Timothy Green was born in Liverpool, New York on December 16, 1963. He received a degree in English from Syracuse University in 1986. He was the Atlanta Falcons' first-round draft pick in 1986 and played for them through 1993. In 2002, he was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame.

On the field for the Atlanta Falcons, Green once made his game look easy. But his legal thrillers make you appreciate just how hard it is to create an appealing heroine, a plausible villain, original courtroom conflicts, moral ambiguities, a rising curve of suspense, and a slam-bang ending-not one of them in evidence here.

When a 22-year-old law student is found brutally murdered, her father comes undone-and rightfully so. In a fit of rage, Donald Sales accuses Eric Lipton, his daughter's arrogant and brilliant professor, of killing her.

The Letter Of The Law. Annotation. When Donald Sales’ 22-year-old daughter is brutally murdered while at law school, he comes undone. Then just as the jury announces its verdict of not guilty Lipton leans toward his lawyer and whispers a confession of his guilt – knowing he is protected bt attorney-client privilege.

William Whittington, Tim Green, Keith Szarabajka. After defense attorney Casey Jordan gets her client, Eric Lipton, a brilliant but arrogant professor, acquitted of the murder of a twenty-two-year-old law student, she discovers that her client is guilty and may be responsible for a series of brutal crimes, and she is forced to make a difficult choice between justice and the law. Simultaneous.

VALUE-PRICED at $4.99 while supply lasts! From the bestselling author and new host of TV's "A Current Affair." Young Texas attorney Casey Jordan is hired by law school professor Eric Lipton after the father of one of his students, who is brutally murdered, accuses Lipton of killing his daughter. Lipton maintains his innocence throughout the trial. Just as the jury finds him "not guilty," Lipton whispers a confession in Casey's ear. Now, Casey must decide to either protect her client, or join forces with an obsessed father who demands justice.
  • I was not really sure how to rate this book. I have read another book by Mr. Green that I loved. His novel Exact Revenge was his Count of Monte Cristo story, which is a favorite of mine, so I went into it with already knowing I was going to like it. But his books get such mixed reviews, I wasn't sure if I would read any others. So, with that said, I read great reviews for the sequel to Letter of the Law, so I decided to try it, knowing I had to read this one first. It was okay....not great. I didn't hate the characters like so many other reviewers did, at least the main character was honest with herself about her flaws. And I loved the character of the vicim's father. Don't know if we will see him again or not. But anyway, the story was good, even if it seemed not very plausible,and it kept me reading so I could see what happened. Not great, just okay.

  • Lots of twists and very interesting. Enjoyed it very much. Book arrived on time and
    was securely packaged. I would do business with this dealer again.

  • Enjoyed this book on plane rides from Tucson to Raleigh and back. Always enjoy Tim's legal suspense novels, but they really help to pass the time pleasantly on airplanes.

  • My husband enjoys reading his favorite author, Tim Green. I bought these books for his summer reading pleasure on the porch.

  • This is the fourth title of Mr. Green's that I have read. I'm not a huge sports fan, but I really enjoy his books. This time around, no sports, and a female main character! A departure that wasn't too heavy or too light... I think it was just right.

  • Worth reading-his best "exact revenge"

  • Finally a book that I did not want to put down as I made the turn at the halfway mark. This was a well written story that flowed well from beginning to end. Another one of Tim Green's addictive stories.

  • I like his books, they keep your interest, his books are great thrillers.