Judge and Jury - James Patterson Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755330471 / Author: James Patterson / Genre: Crime / Thriller / It's the trial of the decade - Dominick Cavallo, the modern-day ... more
Judge and Jury - James Patterson ... Godfather, has finally been put in the dock, and there's enough evidence to make it certain he'll be convicted. Heavy security surrounds the courtroom, and Nick Pellisante, the FBI agent who helped to nail Cavallo, keeps a close eye on proceedings. But things quickly start to go wrong. Faced with anonymous threats, the jury is sequestered. Then, the bus taking them to their hotel is blown up, and only Andie Echeverra survives. Andie's child was on the bus too - so she now has the strongest possible reason for wanting to see justice done, not to Cavallo alone, but to whoever planted that bomb. She and Pellisante both know that will be difficult, but they can't foresee just how difficult.
Newest Review: ... a seemingly watertight case, but the problem with people like Cavallo is that they have power that reaches in and out of the ... more
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by - written on 15/12/08 (Very useful, 94 readings)
James Patterson's literary collaboration with other authors has been a bit of hit and miss. Similarly, the same is the case with his forays into differing subject matter and angles of attack than we are used to with his work. Judge & Jury sees Patterson once more working with Andrew Gross in a legal thriller which goes deep to the heart of corruption and the courtroom and jury system. FBI agent Nick Pellisante has been chasing mob boss Dominic Cavallo for a long time. Finally, he has the mob boss, known as the Electrician, in the courtroom with a seemingly watertight case, but the problem with people like Cavallo is that they have power that reaches in and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/07 (Very useful, 131 readings)
FBI agent Nick Pellisante finally gets notorious mafia boss Dom Cavello on trial. Whilst there, he becomes attracted to one of the jurors. Iíve been a fan of James Patterson for a long time. Iíve always found his blend of highly readable, fast paced books, likeable characters and good strong storylines very appealing. Recently, though, Iíve felt heís started churning out too many books and the quality has, inevitably suffered. Sadly, Judge and Jury does little to reverse that trend. But letís start with the positives, shall we? Patterson has a hugely readable and very natural style. Heís one of those authors who sees it as his job to tell a story, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/06/07 (Very useful, 632 readings)
I love a good book and know Iíve found a good one when I stay up until 3am, even though I know Iíve got an important meeting at work the next morning! I have no hesitation in saying that James Patterson is undoubtedly my favourite author of all time and even though my passion and love of reading has spanned the past 23 years of my life, I have yet to find another author that wows me as much as he does and explodes with emotion in every chapter Ė and even after reading all of his books to date, the next still manages to keep me hooked with plot twists and turns that I donít always see coming! When the Hardback copy of Judge and Jury hit the shops ... Read the complete review
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