The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle


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  1. says: John Lescroart ó 5 Read Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle

    Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle In this 10th book in the 'Dismas Hardy' lawyer series the attorney helps an associate in his firm defend a boy accused of murder The book works

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    Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart John Lescroart ó 5 Read characters The Second Chair Lescroart’s The Second Chair is a cautionary tale against cynicism assumption and habit The mystery fooled me slightly on a couple of levels I thought I knew the murderer from early on but I was close with no cigar And even when

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    The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle Really like this author and this series I saw the author speak last week at my library and it was a lot of fun Someone asked him who he reads and he said CJ Boxfwiw I just started one of his books as well

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    John Lescroart ó 5 Read Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart characters The Second Chair Lescroart is such a skilled writer I've never read a book written by him and come away from that with feelings of disappointment And the plot twist and the end was soooo delicious If not for the coronavirus I might've licked

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    The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle 35 starsLiked it well enough to listen without being tempted to set it aside even though I didn't find Wu a likeable character No real heart stopping suspense or tension but a slow steady burn throughout

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    Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart John Lescroart ó 5 Read characters The Second Chair I have read several of the Dismas Hardy Abe Glitsky novels set in San Francisco I enjoy the series immensely First the two main characters Disma

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    The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart John Lescroart ó 5 Read This was a garage sale find that I had put on a shelf and forgotten until a bout of illness had me looking for a lively mystery I liked this book I thought the plot line was rich and I thought it sufficiently had suspense and some humor throughout and kept my attention My only issue was I honestly wasn't a huge fan of the protagonist Amy Wu which surprised me Not a spoiler in the beginning she is grieving over the loss of her fa

  8. says: John Lescroart ó 5 Read Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle

    The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle A good legal thriller with a surprise twist at the end I enjoy reading Lescroart's legal thrillers which often include the Dismas Hardy character Wonder why he hasn't gotten the same press as John Grisham they're in the same league as far as I'm concerned

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    Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle This is the kind of legal thriller that I lovea double murder with a juvenile suspect lawyers court police a serial killer on the loose evidence to be examined and re examined and two of my favorite characters in Lescroart'

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    The Second Chair E–pub/Kindle John Lescroart ó 5 Read Colacci is back as narrator but listening now I realize that the voices aren't yet as developed as they are in later titles

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characters The Second Chair Read Æ The Second Chair 105 Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart Been arrested for the double slaying of his girlfriend and his English teacher The DA wants to try him as an adult Determined to get the case into juvenile court and overwhelmed by the mounting evidence against her client Wu asks Hardy to sit second chair for her in Bartlett's defenseAs the Bartlett case moves swiftly to trial another series of murders grip the city An unseen killer seems to be shooting citizens wantonly and as fear and anxiety build around The Execut. 35 starsLiked it well enough to listen without being tempted to set it aside even though I didn t find Wu a likeable character No real heart stopping suspense or tension but a slow steady burn throughout

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The Second Chair

characters The Second Chair Read Æ The Second Chair 105 Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart Ioner as he is uickly dubbed in the ensuing media frenzy Abe Glitsky the newly promoted deputy chief of the Investigations Bureau leads the desperate hunt to stop himWith the city on the verge of panic Hardy and Glitsky are locked in a race against time to save a client and to catch a murderer But nothing is what it seems and as both men's cases twist and turn to their shocking conclusions the very foundations of San Francisco's legal system will be shaken to the core. A good legal thriller with a surprise twist at the end I enjoy reading Lescroart s legal thrillers which often include the Dismas Hardy character Wonder why he hasn t gotten the same press as John Grisham they re in the same league as far as I m concerned

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characters The Second Chair Read Æ The Second Chair 105 Free read ¸ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ó John Lescroart The master of the legal thriller delivers a brilliantly suspenseful novel of deadly secrets privileged youth and uncertain justiceDismas Hardy is finally on top As a managing partner at his thriving newly reorganized law firm he's a rainmaker and fix it guy for clients leery of taking their chances in a courtroom Now Hardy's up and coming associate Amy Wu brings him a high profile case Andrew Bartlett the seventeen year old son of a prominent San Francisco family has. Lescroart s The Second Chair is a cautionary tale against cynicism assumption and habit The mystery fooled me slightly on a couple of levels I thought I knew the murderer from early on but I was close with no cigar And even when I was fairly certain about the murderer s identify I became caught up in the procedural aspects of searching for the murderer and lost sight of the ball so to speak So I found the mystery to be very satisfying because even when my sleuthing aim was askew the clues were both there and fair This was no throw in the bad guy with little or no introduction at the end The Second Chair is a story about appearances The high school drama teacher appears to having an affair with a student the step sister appears to be a model child the suspect appears to be a spoiled rich kid the initial attorney appears to be doing her job and providing the best strategy the familiar protagonist Dismas Hardy and familiar supporting character Abe Glitzky appear to be successful and the evidence against the defendant appears to be incontrovertible Appearances however can be deceiving and that is true of at least some of the appearances listed above If you really want to solve this mystery before the final revelation at the climax you ll need to keep asking yourself uestions like Who is trustworthy and who is not and Who is content and confident and who is not The Second Chair is also a cautionary tale about becoming one s own worst enemy It warns against suspicion and warns against self indulgence several characters are engaged in massive pity parties I particularly liked the one Dismas encouraged his associate at the end of the case The associate the beautiful Ms Wu was beating herself up for all of the mistakes she had made during the case Hardy said It could always be better but you ought to recognize when it s good enough don t you think p 428 That seems like sound advice for anyoneI do have to fault Lescroart s research on one point Because of an issue where Southern Baptists have traditionally opposed much of society the author decided to introduce a minor character as a Southern Baptist minister Dismas catches the pastor at home relaxing without his clerical collar Unfortunately this doesn t ring true because most Southern Baptist ministers never wear a clerical collar the exceptions usually being those who serve as hospital chaplains Secondly he visits said pastor at the rectory An official residence owned by a Baptist congregation would be known as a parsonage not a rectory Since however these are the first errors of fact to which I can definitively point to in a Lescroart novel I think I ll just chuckle and let it go with this brief mention It didn t ruin the book for me it just surprised meTo be honest I didn t have a lot of empathy for the defendant in The Second Chair and found myself rather annoyed with the main protagonist throughout much of the book But as a person who believes in the idea of redemption I was delighted with the possibilities for redemption introduced in this story Once again Lescroart shows how one can present the brutal unfair realities of life without losing the perspective of hope I really enjoy his writing

  • Paperback
  • 624
  • The Second Chair
  • John Lescroart
  • English
  • 04 June 2019
  • 9780451211415