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Degree of Guilt (Christopher Paget Series #2)

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  • Posted August 3, 2013

    Recommend this book

    This book is a fast read and I could not put it down. The interpretation of the law
    and the twists and turns kept me wanting to find out what happened. The main
    character, Chris Paget, is a complex person who makes the storyline even
    more interesting. After reading this author,I would want to read more of his books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 30, 2002

    HARD TO PUT DOWN.

    I THOROUGHLY ENJOYED 'DEGREE OF GUILT' AS A LEGAL THRILLER. IT IS ALSO A BOOK THAT TALKS OF INTRICATE FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS AND THE WAY THEY AFFECT EACH MEMBER OF A FAMILY. THE ENDING WAS UNEXPECTED YET SATISFACTORY AND THE AUTHORS OWN QUOTES ABOUT WHAT CONSTITUTES THE FAMILY BOND IS TOTALLY ACCURATE. YOU WILL ENJOY THIS BOOK FROM START TO END AS THE PACE IS FAST AND CARRIES THE READER WITH IT.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 26, 2002

    A real COURTROOM THRILLER

    I love RNP and this is one of the books in which he really is at his vintage best. RNP really knows how to get reader hooked, the book runs like motion picture in your mind. Christopher Paget is the protagonist.The lady who is the mother of his only son, the lady who once tried to murder him is forced to re-enter his life. The reason - the death; or rather murder of an eminent American novelist Mark Ransom.Mary says that she had gone to the hotel room in San Fransisco to interview Mark Ransom and to gain some information on the death of a famous actress, connected with a senator. She claims that he had tried to rape her and in the process killed him in self defense.Chris is to defend Mary Carelli in one of the best and exemplarily written courtroom dramas I have ever read. A few tapes of evidence and other evidence make it a tough courtroom war. Mark Ransom's obsession to the dead actress, evidence that show Mary is capable of murder and Chris forced to face a complex past are all part of this intense thriller.The book after some time moves at an electrifying pace and certain surprises really sting you. A definite worthwile and amazing read.

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    Posted September 21, 2012

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