Judge & Jury, by James Patterson & Andrew Gross

I wasn’t sure if I would enjoy this book as soon as I discovered that the trial in question was that of a notorious mobster. It turns out to be a real page turner. I was staying up until one in the morning when I usually get up for work at about six. I read it in about three sittings. The mobster manages to have foreign assassins kill off the first jury, except for one woman with a big motive for revenge. With a detective, she traces one of the killers to Haifa and the mobster literally to the Ends of the Earth. Sex, violence, and chases in abundance.


About KLevenson

I am Teacher Librarian at Piedmont High School in the San Francisco East Bay. I am a part time reference Librarian I for the San Francisco Public Library. I have a Masters in Library and Information Sciences from San Jose State and a Teacher Librarian credential in addition to my teaching credential in Science. My first MA was from Harvard in Archaeology. My students teach me something new every time I am with them!
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