Special Circumstances

eAudio - unabridged
Audio (14.42 hours)
Product Number: Z09546
Released: May 23, 2017
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9781490648644
Narrator/s: Frank Muller
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Novelist and lawyer Sheldon Siegel exposes the ruthless world of law practice in this electrifying courtroom drama. Crackling with energy and suspense, Special Circumstances places you in the center of an explosive murder trial where politics and greed clash with truth and justice. Fired by Simpson & Gates, one of San Francisco's most prestigious law firms, lawyer Mike Dailey quietly opens his own practice on the wrong side of town. He takes on his first client when police arrest his best friend, a partner at Simpson & Gates, for a brutal double murder. As Mike frantically digs for evidence, he discovers the firm has a lot to hide-and his friend conceals a dirty secret, too. In this brilliantly paced, sharp-witted thriller, Sheldon Siegel reveals both the pitfalls and safeguards in our criminal justice system. Frank Muller's dramatic pacing keeps you on the edge of your chair from the intriguing first chapter to the stunning conclusion.

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Author(s): Sheldon Siegel
Genre: Mystery

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Author(s): Sheldon Siegel
Narrator(s): Frank Muller
Genre: Mystery
Product Number C1408
Released: May 07, 2001
Business Term: Purchase
ISBN: #9780788761836

Professional reviews

"After attorney Michael Dailey is fired from San Francisco's Simpson & Gates law firm, two of the firm's partners are found dead from bullet wounds, and Dailey's best friend is arrested for the killings. Dailey goes after the truth, revealing the firm's darkest secrets in the process. Frank Muller's reading is tight, and his emotional interpretation is right on target. Muller's special challenge is reading the hero's inner thoughts, which run alongside the action and dialogue. Muller shifts his voice slightly, effectively italicizing Dailey's internal monologue. In all, this is an excellent reading of an equally fine first novel. S.E.S. (c) AudioFile 2001, Portland, Maine"

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