Andie Echeverra, a part-time actress and a single, full-time mom, is assigned her next role as Juror #11 in the landmark trial against Mafia Don Dominic Cavello. Everybody is on edge. No one has ever crossed the man whose orders have made entire families disappear.
Though Cavello's influence extends across blue uniforms and black robes, the case should be open-and-shut. But the legal system fails with devastating results, and Nick and Andie are the only ones left to seek justice. To stop the Electrician, they must take matters into their own hands. They are the judge and jury now.
James Patterson spins an all-out heart-pounding legal thriller that pits two people against the most vicious and powerful mobster since John Gotti.
©2006 James Patterson. All rights reserved; (P)2006 Hachette Audio. All rights reserved
"A compelling hero and a truly evil villain distinguish this exciting read." (Booklist)
This book surprised me. Patterson's latest books have been good beach reads but that was about it. They were slightly predictable ... not really surprising ... but nice to read when you did not want to think. "Judge & Jury" was a pleasant surprise. It really held my attention with the plot twists and surprises. It actually kept me in my drive way a couple times. I wanted to finish the chapter before getting out of the car. To me, that is the test of a good listen.
Typical cat lady: lazy, sings off-key, craves spicy bloody marys.
5. first and last patterson novel
I enjoyed this easy to listen to book. Story was good but could have been better. A little far fetched . Characters were good and I love the reader. Easy listening!!
have someone else narrate
my comments do not distract from Mr Gross and Mr Patterson I enjoy there products.
I wish I was a twin so I could hang out with someone like me all day!
It kept me on the edge of my seat throughout the entire story.
The ending when it is finished completely.
Retired teacher then social worker living in Spain.. have three grown up children 7 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren.
Yes indeed, I have a whole collections of James Patterson books and often re-read them
As always James Patterson keeps one guessing, right up until the end
Good, gravelly, listenable
Yes when the jury bus was blown up and the child was killed
An overall good listen
Say something about yourself!
I loved the complicated relationship between the juror and the cop.
I loved Joe Mantegna's narration.
This book was fast paced and exciting. I couldn't wait to get in my car and listen to more!
Personally I prefer audio because I listen to them at work and in my car.
The young woman who tries to avoid jury duty
Yes as are all James Patterson's books
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