Juror (Stanley Hastings Series #6) [NOOK Book]

Overview

Shanghaied into jury duty and placed on a hopelessly boring civil case, Stanley Hastings swings into action when a juror is murdered, and engineers a most unusual courtroom climax. An amusing inside look at the jury selection system and a must for any prospective juror.
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Juror (Stanley Hastings Series #6)

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Overview

Shanghaied into jury duty and placed on a hopelessly boring civil case, Stanley Hastings swings into action when a juror is murdered, and engineers a most unusual courtroom climax. An amusing inside look at the jury selection system and a must for any prospective juror.
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Editorial Reviews

Jon L. Breen
"The last scene of the tale's approximately forty in-court pages embodies a terrific stunt payoff, and, all in all, this is a hugely enjoyable novel."
Marilyn Stasio
"This unlikely private detective operates in an exquisitely refined state of paranoia ... he manages to effect a pretty astonishing resolution to the mystery ... (the case) turns out to have a surprising kick at the end.”
San Diego Tribune
"Terrific…You’re never, never, never, ever gonna guess whodunit!"
Harriet Stay
"A great book … hilarious … you’ll become addicted to Stanley Hastings."
Harriet Stay
"A great book … hilarious … you’ll become addicted to Stanley Hastings."
Marilyn Stasio
"This unlikely private detective operates in an exquisitely refined state of paranoia ... he manages to effect a pretty astonishing resolution to the mystery ... (the case) turns out to have a surprising kick at the end.”
San Diego Tribune
"Terrific…You’re never, never, never, ever gonna guess whodunit!"
Jon L. Breen
"The last scene of the tale's approximately forty in-court pages embodies a terrific stunt payoff, and, all in all, this is a hugely enjoyable novel."
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781936441150
  • Publisher: Parnell Hall
  • Publication date: 11/11/2010
  • Series: Stanley Hastings Series , #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 207,446
  • File size: 273 KB

Meet the Author

Parnell Hall is the author of the Puzzle Lady crossword puzzle mysteries, the Stanley Hastings private eye novels, and the Steve Winslow courtroom dramas. Parnell is an actor, singer, songwriter, screenwriter, former private eye, and past president of the Private Eye Writers of America. His books have been nominated for Edgar, Lefty, and Shamus awards.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 10, 2013

    Juror by Parnell Hall

    This is the sixth book that I've read in this series. It has a good story line and keeps your interest until the end. Daisy

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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