Then comes the shocker: Shelly fears that she has a connection to this boy, something she has kept secret for years, knowledge that she has hidden from her family and friends for most of her adult life. And as the evidence against the boy mounts, she finds that nothing - not legal ethics, not a statewide political campaign that could swing in the balance - will stop her from keeping him off death row. For with this client, she is truly a jury of one.
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I've read/listen to many books by David Ellis and this is one of my favorites. I was caught up immediately and could stop listening. I didn't think I would like the narration by a woman but Sandra Burr did an excellent job. Good story Good performance.
I really enjoyed this book especially when it got into the court scene.
There was some very interesting twists an exciting turns throughout the story
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