Kevin Wylie's crooked boss wants to run him out of town, and Kevin's long-time girlfriend is ready to take a hike. He decides that now is the time to leave Miami, visit his father, who he hasn't seen in 28 years, and get some answers. Heading back to his hometown, he doesn't realize that he and his dad will become embroiled in a murder case.
The victim, one of the richest and most-hated corporate criminals in America has been dubbed The Alligator Man since pieces of his clothing were found in a local swamp. Billy Fuller had every reason in the world to want Johnson dead and all the evidence leads right to his doorstep. But legendary trial lawyer Tom Wylie believes in Billy and he and his son reunite to fight the courtroom battle for Billy's life.
The Alligator Man is a story of greed, anger, love, redemption and two powerful trial attorneys who fight to the end - and risk everything - for the truth.
©2013 James Sheehan (P)2013 Hachette Audio
The characters and circumstances they find themselves in are believable and the pace of the narration makes the storyline easy to follow.
Absolutely! I enjoy mysteries and like to try to figure out how the story will end. This one did not disappoint.
The pace of the narration and the distinct and believable portrayal of the characters made it very easy to pick up the "book" at anytime, without having to replay where I left off.
The character of Carlyle evoked the most emotion from me. His otherworldly relationship with "Scotch" brought an element of the possibility of another realm in an otherwise very realistic storyline. The combination worked well in the book.
Perhaps author Sheehan will bring Carlyle back in another novel, this time with a more prominent role.
"Cheap attempt to introduce some emotive issues"
Anyone who watches East Enders might have enjoyed it
No!. Fairly routine legal thriller padded out with a totally irrelevant side story about a man dying from cancer. I'm really surprised that the editor allowed this through
Awful voice acting. Just awful . He also had this intensely irritating habit of lapsing into an over modulated tone.
It wasn't so bad that I thought to return it. But I was seriously tempted!
No more James Sheehan for me!
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