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The Wrong Man (Jason Kolarich Series #3)
     

The Wrong Man (Jason Kolarich Series #3)

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by David Ellis
 

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Criminal defense attorney Jason Kolarich returns in this shocking new thriller by the Edgar® Award–winning author.

A young paralegal is brutally killed. A homeless Iraq war veteran has been caught with the murder weapon and the victim’s belongings—and he can’t remember what happened…

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The Wrong Man 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 10 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Solid book, fun with likable characters. Plot is interesting though not clever. Characters are a bit underdeveloped / two dimensional.
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Has mind-grabbing plot. Most of the situations and dialogue worked well for me.
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timetravel More than 1 year ago
How does a lawyer defend a man that can’t or won’t defend himself? When Tom Stoller, a homeless Iraqi war vet suffering from PTSD, is accused of murder, Jason Kolarich takes on his defense. His defense is complicated by the fact that his client won’t talk and statements at the time of arrest appear to be a confession. Jason is a bulldog of a lawyer that doesn’t rest until he finds the best way to defend his client, especially when he starts to believe that Tom may be innocent. Although The Wrong Man is book three of a series, it is very much a stand-alone story. I never felt I needed to know some back story to fully understand what was happening. It did have some problems that put me off a little. There were certain surprise twists in the story that were not much of a surprise for me. Also, the way he incorporated a girlfriend into his work life was odd. I did enjoy reading the book and I would still recommend it to those who like legal mystery/thrillers.
bmak More than 1 year ago
A great read...lots of twists and turns!