The Letter of the Law (Casey Jordan Series #1)

The Letter of the Law (Casey Jordan Series #1)

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The Letter of the Law (Casey Jordan Series #1) by Tim Green, Keith Szarabajka

" In a major departure, the New York Times bestselling author and practicing attorney delivers an electrifying breakout legal thriller that centers on the murder of a beautiful law student.

When a 22-year-old law student is found brutally murdered, her father comes undone-and rightfully so. In a fit of rage, Donald Sales accuses Eric Lipton, his daughter's arrogant and brilliant professor, of killing her. Then, after an article of the victim's blood-soaked clothing is found in Professor Lipton's possession, he hires attorney Casey Jordan to represent him. To Jordan, Sales' violent history makes him a more logical suspect, and the skillfull attorney discredits him on the witness stand. As the jury finds Lipton not guilty, Casey is stunned when the professor whispers to Jordan that he did it. Weeks later, as more bodies turn up, Jordan must decide whether to uphold her legal oath to protect her client...or join forces with an unlikely ally in bringing a demented killer to justice."
He lives in upstate New York."

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781586210236
Publisher: Hachette Book Group
Publication date: 09/28/2000
Series: Casey Jordan Series , #1
Edition description: Abridged, 4 Cassettes, 6 hours
Pages: 6
Product dimensions: 4.18(w) x 6.79(h) x 1.07(d)

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Letter of the Law 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
It was certainly unfair of Kirkus, and Publisher's Weekly to give this such a poor review. I enjoyed this novel, just like I have all of his others. I thought that the characters and the storyline were very good. I guess that I like novels that don't tend to spend pages on end about the setting, and Tim doesn't. He gets right to the core of the story. I highly suggest this story to all. It blew away The Brethren, and another suggested read by Publisher's Weekly: The Great Divide.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A book that grips you from the start. There is no lull in the action and suspense. Just when you think you've got it figured out...buckle yourself in for the ending is a ride to remember. This is my first Tim Green, but not my last by a long shot!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Once again he has made an interesting story with a plot and many twists that keep you hanging onto every single page!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Yet another disappointing thriller that makes Grisham¿s work look like literature. The premise here is a sophomoric take on Hannibal (The Cannibal) Lecter. In Green¿s tale, a bloodthirsty and deranged law prof kills his most assertive female students and cooks their gall bladders. Yes. Yet this total whacko who ¿chortles¿ and has a ¿demonic gleam in his eye¿ supposedly arouses very little suspicion on campus, in brothels, or in corporate seminars. What a one-dimensional story and what flat prose.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I've read over 60 books this year and this one definately is one of my favorites. This book will keep you on the edge of your seat from start to finish!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is a wonderful book for anyone who loves legal thrillers. I couldn't put it down once I started it. If you like Grisham you will also like Tim Green.
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harstan More than 1 year ago
In Austin, the police have a witness who swears seeing law professor Eric Lipton running from the murder-mutilation of law student Marcia Sales. Eric hires a former student Casey Jordan to defend him. Believing in the innocence of her former mentor, Casey pulls out all the stops to prove a shadow of doubt, turning the spotlight on the victim's violent father Donald as the possible killer. As the chief juror reads the verdict, the pompous Eric informs his attorney that he in deed did the crime.

Stunned by Eric's confession just as he is acquitted, a distraught Casey is abducted by an irate Donald. He plans to teach the lawyer first hand what happened to his daughter before she was killed. Already convinced her former instructor is a psychopathic serial killer, Casey joins with Donald to try to bring down Eric before someone else dies.

Tim Green known for his NFL days and his sports mysteries turns to a serial killer legal thriller with his current novel, THE LETTER OF THE LAW. The story line is filled with raw action that never eases up until the final page. However, the characters and their motives never fully develop and some of their actions require leaps across the Grand Canyon. Mr. Green shows the energy of a blitzing linebacker targeting the hit, but the quarterback suffers a concussion before the game is over. This tale filled with action and excitement is for those readers who enjoy hard hitting from the blind side.

Harriet Klausner