Legal Thriller

The Trial

It seems that so many legal thriller writers use the setting of New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and New Orleans.  It’s rare to find legal thrillers based in the great state of Texas. The Trial by Larry D. Thompson is one book that has Texas as its setting and is the reason for why I decided to give this legal thriller a try.


Looking Forward to 2013

So the New Year is upon us and there are many things to look forward to in the coming year. I am looking forward to keeping my new year's resolution of reading more books than I did in 2012. I am also looking forward to all the new books that will be releasing in 2013! I have actually started requesting 2013 books through the HCPL catalog. Here are three titles that will release next year that you can request as well! 

Blood Money by James Grippando


The Trial of Fallen Angels

I have never read a paranormal legal thriller, until I stumbled upon The Trial of Fallen Angels by James Kimmel Jr.

A lawyer arrives in the afterlife without knowing what happened to her. She gets assigned to present cases for the final judgment. While she starts to know her "clients" she slowly realizes she is defending the lives of others who were connected to her life.


Above the Law

Tim Green brings his readers a twisting legal thriller titled Above The Law.  If you are looking for suspense, thrills, and action then you should give this book a try.


The Racketeer

The Legal Thriller genre would be incomplete without John Grisham. When it comes to weaving a suspenseful court room thriller, no one does it better than Grisham.  Each year fans of the genre eagerly wait for Grisham to release his latest. This year The Racketeer was eagerly awaited by me and many other Grisham fans. So does The Racketeer live up to the expectations of a John Grisham novel?

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