The 13th Juror

The 13th Juror

Large Print - 1994
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The pressure is on for Dismas Hardy when an abused woman is accused of killing her husband and child in cold blood. Only Dismas believes she's innocent. However, faith alone won't be enough to save her unless Dismas takes one terrifying risk to keep her alive. Copyright © Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
Publisher: Thorndike, Me. : G.K. Hall, 1994.
Edition: Large print ed.
ISBN: 9780816174485
Characteristics: 705 p. ;,24 cm.
Alternative Title: The thirteenth juror


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Jul 10, 2016

The paperback is 630 pages long. Gave up after 230 pages. The author did such an awful job of initial character development in the 1st 100 pages that it made it difficult/impossible to support the main characters (Dismas, Frannie (his wife), Jennifer (the accused)). Other important characters (Freeman, Terrell, Abe, Jennifer's family and therapist) were also poorly portrayed. The story contains 1 of the "dumbest" plot devices I've ever come across: Frannie is insecure and jealous over Jennifer, so she asks to meet Jennifer. Big waste of time.

Oct 18, 2012

A bit too long & some bad writing but mostly a good read. Amazingly incompetent lawyers though. Hard to believe courtroom procedures are like this in real life, but who knows, it's the USA where the object seems to be to give lawyers a good living.

Apr 30, 2011

I usually like long books, they give me a chance to stay immersed in a plot for several days. This one, though, was disappointing at the end. Several hundred pages to end with a Perry Mason-esque conclusion in a few pages

Sep 14, 2010

This is Lescroart at his best. There is lots of detective work, many red herrings, a sneakily misleading title, some excellent courtroom scenes, and a surprise ending.

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