Juror #3

Juror #3

by James Patterson, Nancy Allen (With)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780316474122
Publisher: Little, Brown and Company
Publication date: 09/10/2018
Pages: 352
Sales rank: 774
Product dimensions: 6.20(w) x 8.50(h) x 1.30(d)

About the Author

James Patterson has written more bestsellers and created more enduring fictional characters than any other novelist writing today. He lives in Florida with his family.



Nancy Allen practiced law for fifteen years in her native Ozarks and is now a law instructor at Missouri State University. She is the author of the Ozarks Mystery series.

Hometown:

Palm Beach, Florida

Date of Birth:

March 22, 1947

Place of Birth:

Newburgh, New York

Education:

B.A., Manhattan College, 1969; M.A., Vanderbilt University, 1971

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Juror #3 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Beautifully written with so many twists and turns.
Anonymous 5 months ago
I really enjoyed this read excitement flowed all the way through and the ending came through in a very believe able way
Anonymous 5 months ago
Definitely not his best work or close to it. Maybe write less books and do a better job
Anonymous 5 months ago
One reviewer suggessed he write less. I don't think he writes at all! Authors that are trying to make a name just let him slap his name on the cover. He must be very desperate for money to lower himself to do commercials to beg for book sales. He's not getting any more money from me.
Anonymous 3 months ago
What is this, a couple of short stories? Expected better. Waste of money.
Anonymous 3 months ago
This one was on the level of an amateur .
Anonymous 3 months ago
For me, too much of the story was unbelievable, especially the naivete of the 'junkyard' attorney
Anonymous 5 months ago
Just loved Ruby. Hope this is the first of many stories about her and her law practice.
Anonymous 27 days ago
I didn't think I would enjoy the bookbut I was Wrong? I am looking forward to reading more about. This female character. Hopefully soon.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Very weak on all fronts.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Great book.
Anonymous 5 months ago
Took me a few days longer to read than normal (recovery from a stent inplant) but A good Patterson novel helped. Good book!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Loved the characters and courtroom exchanges. Keep up the good work.
tschnitzler 5 months ago
What a thrill this book was! It's actually two stories in one, and through both stories we learn about young Ruby, fresh into the legal world. She is one sharp cookie, but at times, I certainly wondered about her common sense. This could easily be a great series. Author Nancy Allen shines here because I do not see much of the usual, scary work of James Patterson. Well-done!
Anonymous 5 months ago
Lawyer & Author Nancy Allen clearly contributed to this incredible story--I hope Allen receives at least half of the royalties, or more!
Anonymous 5 months ago
This is one of my favorite James Patterson novels by co-author Nancy Allen. And there are many great novels by James Patterson. Allen made the story fun, fast paced and full of action in this Mississippi legal thriller, featuring a start up young attorney thrown into a mix of fancy and rag tag characters. This was a total pleasure to enjoy. I just looked up Nancy Allen who is also the author of the Ozarks Mystery Series and can hardly wait for another Allen adventure. Looks like in that series the protagonist is a female PROSECUTOR? Wow. Meanwhile, look forward to a Juror #3 sequel because I am not complete with my longing for Ruby!
Anonymous 12 days ago
Entertaining
Gemas 16 days ago
I wanted a different read and I decided to try this author. This book was well written. A page turner . I couldn’t put it down. This is my first book from this another and I am going to purchase another book today. I recommend that everyone reads this book. Very very very good book.
Anonymous 17 days ago
Classic Grisham
Anonymous 27 days ago
Excellent reading as all my James Patterson reads have been.... I really wish it was a longer story !!!!!!
Bxr4me 4 months ago
This book was so not up to what I expect with one of James Patterson's books. VERY, VERY disappointed.
Anonymous 4 months ago
Wonderful story told be a true master of storytelling . A pleasure to read from cover to cover
Anonymous 4 months ago
Easy read, very enjoyable book. Two quick fast paced stories in one book. I enjoyed it. I had gotten away from reading the James Patterson books, but this reminded of why I used to read them. I think people will enjoy it.
MonnieR 5 months ago
3.5 stars, actually. Picture this: It's the deep south, where conventional wisdom dictates that whites and blacks don't hang around in the same social circles. Beautiful white woman and a hunky black ex-jock defy said conventional wisdom (several times, most recently in a beach cabana). White woman gets brutally murdered. Black man gets charged with said murder. Snarky judge assigns defense to newbie white female attorney. Client insists he's innocent and refuses to take a plea. Case heads to trial with odds (including the jurors) stacked against a win. Anyone hear a familiar twang? Yup, me too. The only surprise is that it's not by the author I'd have expected. Nonetheless, the plot makes this a better-than-just-tolerable read; the only other surprises, I guess, come as said newbie white female attorney, Ruby Bozarth, learns who she can trust. Otherwise, the story follows her efforts to be taken seriously by the judge, prosecuting attorney, jurors and even her client (she's already given up on her snooty rich racist ex-fiance, Lee Greene). Problems begin at the voir dire, when the prosecutor runs roughshod over Ruby's juror choices; in particular, she's suspicious about the person seated as Juror #3 (wow, that would make a great book title)! But from out of the blue comes her ex-fiance's Aunt Suzanne - an established, blustery local attorney strongly reminiscent of TV's fiesty, oversized but oddly lovable Harry Enfield, played by Kathy Bates. Then, out of the blue blood appears said ex-fiance - wearing an orange jumpsuit. It seems he's been accused of murdering a beautiful young woman. Despite his disdain over Ruby's boots-on-the-ground lower-class social background, her inexperience and his family's misgivings, he insists that as his attorney, only she will do. Right off the bat, Ruby gets Greene's trial moved from Vicksburg, Mississippi, to her tiny town of Rosedale to avoid media contamination of the jurors - a venue that seems to assure that this case somehow will intersect with that of the cabana-killer. It does, at least marginally, and after investigations make the truth hard to swallow and threaten her very life, Ruby - and the second-time-around jury - get to the truth. Conclusion: An ending that begs for more details, but overall not half bad; so if you enjoy books with a legal bent, don't hesitate to give it a go.
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