Criminal defence lawyers must make their peace with one harsh fact of life: most of their clients are guilty.
Yet when William Tucker, a celebrated and self-centered star college football player, is suddenly arrested and charged with the brutal rape and murder of a college coed two years before, his broken-down, drunken estranged father, Frank, can't believe he's guilty. What father could?
But Frank is also an ex-criminal defence lawyer. Now Frank must find a way to sober up and save his son from the death penalty sought by an ambitious district attorney. Can a father's love for his accused son save him from death?
©2014 Mark Gimenez (P)2016 Little Brown Book Group
I am an avid multi tasker, I love to listen as I walk, ride, clean... Mostly love crime novels but have an occasional foray into other genre
I have enjoyed the previous books by Mark Giminez with mixed results. This book stands firmly in the excellent category. Well written characters and plot, combined with one of my favourite narrators from the Lee Child books.
I live in rural France with my husband and cats. We both love audio books as they get us through the dreariest jobs, like weeding and diggin
I have to be honest I have really enjoyed his other books...but this one?? No not really, yes I listened to it all the way through.
because it was Jeff Harding narrating it and I love his different voices that make the story live.
Totally obvious from the start, no surprises, no mystery and well really all it was is yarn about a kid who can play football very well and a lecture on not letting fame go to your head, keep your feet on the ground and respecting your parents, because they really LURVE you.. Pretty puke making and cliché ridden tripe nicely read. Poor old Jeff Harding
if like me you know nothing about, and care even less about American football, you won't have the remotest idea what they are on about.
Why didn't I return it??
Well I have returned quite a few lately and didn't want to push my luck, plus I did listen to it to the end.
One for the bin
I'm 30 minutes into this and NOTHING has happened. Where is the story? I feel like I'm listening to a drunk old man In a bar -who mistakenly thinks he can tell a story -describe a football game. Hey dude! This is billed as a thriller. Yawn
So much commentary about American football, there was very little basic storyline or plot.The story was supposed to about how the father overcame his addiction and ultimately solved the crime, thereby clearing the accusations against his son. In fact if you sliced off all the narrative about the football, you would be left with very little regarding storyline and plot
16 chapters along and barely anything was happening at all. I kept listening, through sheer boredom, but it didn't improve and I felt it was a waste of money.
He is always an OK narrator, easy to listen to and pleasant on the ear, possibly could be termed 'Ear Candy'
Disappointment that I'd wasted one of my credits!
Audible must try and give a better and nore accurate appraisal of the book! I'm not keen on English Football, but I loathe American Football!
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