Posts tagged with "Legal Thriller"

Posted by jfreier on 08/22/11
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Alex Miller is full partner at one of New York's most prestigious law firms, he has a beautiful wife and a young daughter and life is a dream until the death of his father. Alex meets the mysterious Michael Ohlig , his fathers' best friend but unknown to Alex except as an almost legendary figure in his fathers' life. Michael asks Alex to represent him when he is about to be indicted for fraud against his Boutique brokerage firm. Alex and his co-worker Abby Sloane lead the case and are drawn into an dangerous relationship and uncover many skeletons from Michael's past and also Alex's. This is a well written first novel by Adam Mitzner, good character development, surprises and he knows the law. This would appeal to fans of "Scott Turow" and early "John Grisham".

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