Wednesday, December 26, 2018

"Juror #3" by James Patterson

In Juror #3 by James Paterson, Ruby does not have too much experience in court.  Now she had to defend a person in a murder trial!  I thought this was pretty good.  Ruby was a great character and really carried the book.  There are actually two trials in this book--the second trial is the main story.  The book flowed well and had a good twist to it!
(Gerard's review, 4.5 stars)

Karen's review:
Juror #3 by James Patterson is about Ruby, an inexperienced lawyer who finds herself representing two men charged with murder in two separate trials in Mississippi.  In the second trial, Lee, a wealthy man who she almost married is her client.  She feels as though she is over her head, but is supported by Lee's sister, Suzanne.  In both trials, Juror #3 is a strange one!

I enjoyed this book but was disappointed the second trial was sort of skimmed by at the end.  Ruby was brave and put herself in danger to help her client.
(Karen's review, 4 stars) 

Teaser from pg. 30 of large print version:  My stomach did a flop.  I had a spasm of such intense nausea, I was afraid I might vomit on his carpet.

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