The Suspect

The Suspect

Book - 2007
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Penguin Putnam
Carelessly confident that the cops will recognize his innocence when his wife is found murdered, Stuart Gorman tells them everything-and becomes not only the number-one suspect, but number-one with a bullet. He reluctantly hires lawyer Gina Roake. Back in the game after a personal loss of her own, Gina knows all too well that innocence is no guarantee of justice...



Random House, Inc.
Carelessly confident that the cops will recognize his innocence when his wife is found murdered, Stuart Gorman tells them everything-and becomes not only the number-one suspect, but number-one with a bullet. He reluctantly hires lawyer Gina Roake. Back in the game after a personal loss of her own, Gina knows all too well that innocence is no guarantee of justice...

Baker & Taylor
Taking on a high-profile case involving a recently separated man who has been charged with murdering his highly insured wife, Gina Roake finds herself strangely drawn to her client and hires Wyatt Hunt to help her ascertain his guilt, an effort that is compromised when the man attempts to flee. Reprint.

Baker
& Taylor

Taking on a high-profile case involving a recently separated man who has been charged with murdering his highly insured wife, Gina Roake finds herself strangely drawn to her client and hires Wyatt Hunt to help her ascertain his guilt.

Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Dutton, 2007
ISBN: 9780451222763
9780525949985
0525949984
Branch Call Number: F LES
Characteristics: 389 p. ; 24 cm

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Eil_1
Apr 25, 2017

First book I've read by him. Very disappointed: the plot dragged, the characters held little to no appeal; and, finally I finished the book. Don't think I'll be tempted to read another of his books.

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paisano
Jan 14, 2012

If you like James Patterson's "Women's Murder Club " collection, you will enjoy this read. Characters are believable, have a sense of humor, and Lescroart develops the relationships slowly, and deliberatly. I enjoyed this novel, I will read his stories again.

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rahmmie
Jun 22, 2011

It was okay but I thought it lacked the page-turning quality of other Lescroart books

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