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Juror No. 3

Narrated by: Megan Tusing
Length: 8 hrs and 6 mins
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Summary

Random House presents the audiobook edition of Juror No. 3 by James Patterson, read by Megan Tusing.

From the author of the Sunday Times number-one best seller The President Is Missing.

A racially charged murder splits a town in two.

Ruby Bozarth, a newcomer to Rosedale, Mississippi, is also fresh to the Mississippi Bar - and she faces an impossible task defending a college football star accused of murder.

The victim is a young woman from one of the town's oldest families, and Rosedale's upper crust are howling for blood.

Then news breaks of a second murder, and lurid, intertwining investigations unfold. 

Ruby discovers that no one in Rosedale can be trusted, especially the 12 men and women on the jury.

They may be hiding the biggest secret of all. 

©2018 James Patterson (P)2018 Random House Audiobooks

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Light reading

I like James Patterson books but this was a little too like a Murder She Wrote movie. Good for an afternoon movie.
It won’t put me off more James Patterson audio books.

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Good storytelling but far too predictable

The book whilst very easy to listen too and entertaining 'fluff' held no element of shock or genuine suspense. The separate storylines tied up far too neatly in a way that left me feeling like I could very easily have done better myself and I do not profess to being an author of James Patterson's calibre.. therefore I felt a little cheated.

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Gripping story

A great story a few interesting twists. It held my interest all the way and was made more enjoyable by the accent of narrators

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Boring and so predictable!

While listening to this book I kept feeling that I had heard it before — and that’s because the plots (there are two) are so familiar. So we have two extended short stories stuffed together to make a novel. Very poor indeed.

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predictable and easy listening

the narrative was good and easy for someone, who is a novice to audible books.

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Absolutely Brilliant Book

So loved this, can we have more of Ruby please, like the Womens murder club books.
Great narrative too.
My Favourite books, the Womens club & now Ruby.

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Confusing

i spent the second half of the book wonfering where the tie in with the first half would be.

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