Rosemary Reeve

Rosemary Reeve

Rosemary Reeve is an attorney who began her career in Seattle. She wrote the Jack Hart mysteries to entertain her mom, mailing home a chapter each week for feedback and critique. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and lives in Salt Lake City. She is also a recipient of the Ball Home Canning Award and a blue-ribbon winner at the Utah State Fair for canned tomatoes, peaches, and pears. It all made sense at the time.

The Jack Hart Mysteries are legal page-turners set in the 1990s Northwest:

All Good Things
No Good Deed
Only the Good
Dead Weight

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    • All Good Things

    • A Jack Hart Mystery, Book 1
    • By: Rosemary Reeve
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    • Length: 10 hrs and 3 mins
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    Jack Hart is a young attorney trying to escape a troubled past as he climbs the ladder at a big Seattle law firm. The demands and indignities of associate life have been softened by his interest in his mentor, Harmony Piper, granddaughter of the firm’s founder....

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