Paul Batista, one of the country's foremost defense lawyers, has written the ultimate legal thriller with murder in its heart. When Tom Perini, a legendary Heisman Trophy winner turned criminal lawyer, is found brutally murdered in Central Park, his widow, Julie, not only must unravel the mysteries of her husband's secret double life, but survive long enough to discover the truth. A thriller and courtroom drama of corruption and greed so authentic it reads like tomorrow's headlines.
This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?
This book might suit someone who wants to read something akin to a cheap romance novel.
What was most disappointing about Paul Batista’s story?
It fell down with a big thud at the end. No suspense.
How could the performance have been better?
The reader made it worse.
What character would you cut from Death's Witness?
All of them.
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