The Jury Master
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New York Times BestsellerJohn Grisham, move over.A riveting tale of murder, treachery, and skullduggery at the highest levels. -- Seattle Times In a courtroom, David Sloane can grab a jury and make it dance. He can read jurors' expressions, feel their emotions, know their thoughts. With this remarkable ability, Sloane gets juries to believe the unbelievable, excuse the inexcusable, and return the most astonishing verdicts. The only barrier to Sloane's professional success is his conscience -- until he gets a call from a man later found dead, and his life rockets out of control.
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It takes about 7 Hours and 24 minutes on average for a reader to read The Jury Master. This is based on the average reading speed of 250 Words per minute.
The Jury Master is 448 pages long.
The Jury Master is book #1 in the David Sloane Book Series and comes before Wrongful Death
wannabe action flick
Derived From Web , Aug 31, 2019
This book is not so much a thriller as it is a teenage boy's fantasy of an action movie - spies, cops, ex- military, shootings and hand- to- hand fighting with references to sports and politics. There are evil villains in high places, and a couple of middle- aged good guys who seem to have super powers, who always come out on top despite the ridiculous situations. We' re all familiar with books that alternate POV and end each chapter with a cliffhanger, but this was by far the most twitchy and jumpy one I' ve ever read. The book has just snapped and it goes beyond straining credibility. I was only able to finish by skimming, and I'm not sure why I even bothered to do that.
Recommended to buy: No
Great read for the first two thirds...(guess I'm gullible)
Derived From Web , May 31, 2019
The book had an interesting story line and a believable character. I was hooked for the first two thirds of the book, and Robert Dugoni is a great story teller. I didn't admit it to myself and started scratching my head. I thought the story- line was interesting, but it seemed to fall apart in the last 100 pages. If I had been drinking a couple glasses of wine, I would have blamed the wine, but there is no one to blame but those last hundred pages. The first two Tracy Crosswhite novels were really good reads and this is my third Dugoni book. Hopefully, a more sane storyline will follow Tracy Crosswhite.
Recommended to buy: Yes