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Guilt

Guilt

Written by John Lescroart

Narrated by David Colacci


Guilt

Written by John Lescroart

Narrated by David Colacci

ratings:
5/5 (12 ratings)
Length:
18 hours
Released:
Sep 11, 2009
ISBN:
9781423386919
Format:
Audiobook

Description

Mark Dooher is a prosperous San Francisco attorney and a prominent Catholic, the last person anyone would suspect of a brutal crime. But Dooher, a paragon of success and a master of all he touches, is about to be indicted for murder.

Charged with savagely killing his own wife, Dooher is fighting for his reputation and his life in a high-profile case that is drawing dozens of lives into its wake - from former spouses to former friends, from a beautiful, naïve young attorney to a defense lawyer whose own salvation depends on getting his client off.

Now, as the trial builds to a crescendo, as evidence is sifted and witnesses discredited, as a good cop tries to pick up the pieces of his shattered life and a D.A. risks her career, the truth about Mark Dooher is about to explode. For in a trial that will change the lives of everyone it touches, there is one thing that no one knows - until it is much too late…
Released:
Sep 11, 2009
ISBN:
9781423386919
Format:
Audiobook


About the author

John Lescroart is the author of twenty-eight previous novels, including the New York Times bestsellers The Ophelia Cut, The Keeper, The Fall, and Fatal. His books have sold more than ten million copies and have been translated into twenty-two languages. He lives in Northern California.

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  • (4/5)
    Good, but not quite 4 stars.
  • (4/5)
    I thought Christina was a fool. It was obvious that Mark was pursuing her. She had been burned by a married man before, she should have run.
  • (4/5)
    A long book, but most of it is necessary to tell the story. I was turned off by the first 20% or so, which seemed to focus on how to make lawyers seem as unappealing and annoying as possible. But I liked how complexly drawn the characters were, and the scope of the book is surprisingly broad even for its length. There are dark hints throughout of what could possibly be a nasty surprise ending, but in spite of that everything comes out rather predictably, with no particularly surprising twists. I also found the final scenes rather overly full of action, like the author decided to throw some graphic excitement in at the end in case someone decided to make a movie out of it, but then maybe I'm just jaded. The middle of the book is where it shines.
  • (5/5)
    Couldn't put it down, great book!