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by James Sheehan

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James Sheehan
Center Street; 1st Edition edition (January 8, 2013)
Thrillers & Suspense
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The Lawyer's Lawyer Paperback – January 14, 2014.

The Lawyer's Lawyer Paperback – January 14, 2014. by. James Sheehan (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. It felt like the first book with a few different names and I was just so disappointed.

The Lawyer's Lawyer book. James Sheehan also wrote The Alligator Man which features Tom Wylie from this book, and takes place in the same setting, chronologically after this, with a brief mention of Tobin and contains spoilers about the outcome of this novel. Initially Jack is not too keen on The Lawyer's Lawyer is the third and final (as of writing) book in the Jack Tobin series.

Enter Jack Tobin, a former Miami defense lawyer who made so much money defending insurance companies in. .

Enter Jack Tobin, a former Miami defense lawyer who made so much money defending insurance companies in personal injury actions that he retired early to a Florida fishing village, where he sometimes handles pro bono cases for Exoneration, a public interest group dedicated to overturning wrongful convictions. As the title of James Sheehan’s engaging thriller makes clear, Jack is a lawyer’s lawyer, and the case against the convict, Thomas Felton, cries out for a second look. We’re all worse off if the justice system employs corrupt methods to convict people, even guilty ones.

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The lawyers lawyer, . The Lawyer's Lawyer, . Thank you for your support of the author’s rights. To my Aunt Ann: my mother’s twin sister, my second mother, and my biggest fan; and to my lifelong great friend, Christopher Anthony Dennehy, who we lost recently and who was an inspiration for so many of my literary characters. James sheehan series: Jack Tobin. Other author's books: The Lawyer's Lawyer.

by. Sheehan, James, 1949-.

James sheehan series: Jack Tobin. The Mayor of Lexington Avenue. The Law of Second Chances jt-2. The Mayor of Lexington Avenue jt-1. The Alligator Man. James Sheehan. The Law of Second Chances.

Jack Tobin, the main character of THE MAYOR OF LEXINGTON AVENUE returns in this non-stop novel that combines enthralling plot twists with some of the best coutroom fiction being written today.

Jack Tobin, the main character of The Mayor of Lexington Avenue returns in this non-stop novel that combines enthralling plot twists with some of the best coutroom fiction being written today.
  • I read this book over a period of a week. This book was a fast paced book that will keep you intrigued by the poetic grace which he writes conversation between the character. The flow of the book keeps you wanting more.

    The book is set in Bass Creek with Jack Tobin and gang. This is one smooth trail lawyer as we found in the previous book The Law of Second Chances, but this time he may have dug himself an enemy that he may not make it away from. The Chief of police for Apache County Florida has his own law for Jack seeing how Jack single handedly assisted in the murders of his wife and daughter.

    Jack must make peace with the laws he has become so passionate about over his long career, but no one could have expected that the woman her comes to fall in love with and her previous boss could do more than Protect and Serve. They could be what finally places him on death row,

    Read this and see what adventure your mind takes you on as you read what I consider to be a combination of James Patterson's pace James Sheehan's legal experience make this a thrilling must read. Hope you enjoy this book as much as I did.

    Warning you don't have to but I would advise that you read his first two books before this one. The Mayor on Lexington Avenue and The Law of Second Chances are just as good and fast paced as this one. ENJOY!

  • I stumbled across James Sheehan about a month ago and enjoyed his first book so much I promptly send off to Amazon for the next two. Media mail or snail mail made me impatient and I couldn't wait to get my books. I jumped all over Second Chances but quickly became irritated by the similarity to Lexington Ave....It felt like the first book with a few different names and I was just so disappointed. The last book took a further week to arrive and my first thought was here comes another waste of money and I did not begin to read it straight away. Finally decided to give it a try and was pleasantly surprised that the format had changed significantly... no more flash backs was a nice surprise. Got into it and really enjoyed it. It was a quick and easy read and I got through it in a couple of afternoons.

    One of the things I like about his book is that you can tell that this author has a heart, knows love, values friendship and fairness because his books are full of examples of those values in his characterization. This might sound odd but I felt a kind of gentleness in his writing... his humanity if you will, so if you are looking for something dark and gritty this might not suit you. I adore Greg Isles and you don't get darker or more gritty than him but there are also times when I feel like reading something that doesn't crawl into your head or dreams, something entertaining. This was certainly entertaining for me and I have already sent off for Alligator Man.

    I anticipated the final outcome with Chief Jeffries but Danni's role surprised me, so not entirely predictable end so no 5 stars but 4 good ones nevertheless.

  • Having enjoyed "The Mayor of Lexington Avenue", I gave "The Lawyer's Lawyer" a shot, and I'm really glad I did. The protagonist, Jack Tobin, is an anomaly among lawyers: he's totally honest and above board. This puts him at a distinct disadvantage when he's charged with the murder of a client that he had successfully gotten off of death row. Some may tire of hearing how good Jack is, both as a lawyer and as a man, but it was refreshing to me. This book's got it all. Great courtroom drama, great deep characters, plot twists galore, a love interest, and a very surprising but fulfilling ending. Read this book; I think you'll enjoy it as much as I did! Gotta go now, gotta get Sheehan's other book, "The Law of Second Chances"!

  • I LOVED James Sheehan's first two books and waited anxiously for his third. It is not a bad book but his first two were
    much much better. Very little courtroom and his main character (Jack) has become a bit unbelieveable - I have no problem with one having Faith in "things" (in his case, "the universe") but Jack has gone from a balanced character to letting his life be controlled outside himself. I don;t want to give anything away so my point is to pass along to readers expecting more of the same to not get your hopes up as I did. It is a good read but - let me put it this way - if this had been Sheehan's first book, I probably would not have read any more of his books. Sorry, James, but that's my opinion.

  • I said I was on to. The next James Sheehan and I am so glad
    I did! Once again, he brought me back to the next roller coaster
    Ride but this time it was the big daddy of rides!! He took all
    The suspense of the first Jack Tobin novel and doubled it!!
    I loved it and I know there has to be more. I'm off to the next
    Jack Tobin adventure!! I literally read it in two days. Jump
    On the coaster! If you're a legal junkie as I am, it's well worth
    The ride!!!

  • It's a good book but not great. Worth 3 1/2 stars for the likable characters with redeeming qualities, but overly predictable in many areas, and repetitive in many others, as if the author had nothing else to say so he repeated himself as filler, or he used repetition as a lazy way to try and emphasize some key points. Worth a quick read at $.99 cents, but don't pay a lot or skip something else if you only have a little time.

  • As soon as I saw the title, I knew I had to read this book. I am content to say that I was not disappointed! James Sheehan is a rather skilled writer whose court room experience helped shape his stories. His characters are inspiring and as a fellow law lover, I am glad I discovered this author.

  • I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It was a page turner with lots of twists and turns. You could palpate the affection these friends had for one another, Jack, Henry and Ron. Even though Jeffries set up Jack, you could tell he was basically a good person going through unspeakable grief. The ending was very gratifying for a change, we can all learn a good lesson here.

    I will be reading more books by this fine storyteller. jb