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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 11, 2012

    Very good

    Another good book from David Hosp

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  • Posted January 30, 2010

    Compelling Drama and Mystery

    Even though an avid mystery reader might have suspicions of possible plot developments about half way through the book - Hosp's developmental style is as interesting as his plots. You wonder how he is going to bring this all together. You care about the characters. You are going to be amazed at the end. Amazed as much with the author as the ending. I can't wait to read his next Scott Finn book, Among Thieves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 13, 2007

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    Officer Madeline Steele has devoted her life to fighting crime, until the night she is brutally attacked and left for dead. Miraculously surviving her attack, Madeline ID's Vincente Salazar, an illegal immigrant and doctor, as her attacker. Overwhelming evidence, as well as the victim's testimony make this an open-and-shut case that sends Salazar to prison, even as Salazar swears his innocence... Scott Finn has left his position at a powerful Boston firm to open his own practice in his hometown of Charleston. Finn will do anything for work taking on messy divorces, as well as defending hardened criminals, but nothing has prepared him for the twisted case he receives. Sitting in prison for fifteen years, Salazar has screamed his innocence with no one listening, but now an attorney has decided to look into the claims of innocence. Mark Dobson is the attorney that believes there is truth to Salazar's claim and he decides to look into the fifteen year old crime. Dobson knows he will need help and the man to help him is Scott Finn. Finn is hesitant to get involved in this case, but after someone close to him is murdered and new evidence surfaces that may prove Salazar's innocence, he teams up with his buddy Tom Kozlowski, a former detective with information on the attack of Madeline Steele. Together, Finn and Kozlowski must unravel a crime that stretches from Central America to Boston to bring a killer to justice. 'Innocence' is OUTSTANDING! This original and entertaining thriller is one of the best reads out right now. From the explosive first chapter, through every twist filled chapter the reader is held captive wondering what will happen next. To say that 'Innocence' is a great legal thriller would be unfair because it is so much more than that..this novel has everything-great characters, complex plot, surprising twists, brutal murders, and a fast pace...You will not be able to put this down. If you have not yet discovered David Hosp do yourself a favor and read this novel, then seek out his first two novels that are equally as good. A MUST read! Nick Gonnella

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