Bryson Wilde, investigator for hire, lives in an edgy world where the dames are dangerous, cigarettes dangle from ruby-red lips and the nights are hotter than whiskey-soaked jazz. In R.J. Jagger's riveting noir thriller, The Scroll Lawyers, Wilde finds himself entangled with two attorneys, one a solo practitioner and one an associate at Denver's largest law firm, who are cast into the throes of a deadly thriller when a mysterious messenger delivers a package to their restaurant table.
Jagger's noir thrillers featuring private investigator Bryson Wilde (The Scroll Lawyers, The Shadow File, A Way With Murder) are standalone novels that can be read in any order.
If you could sum up The Scroll Lawyers in three words, what would they be?
A Good Listen
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In the spirit of Phillip Marlow. I probably would not have listened this book if it were not on sale, but I am glad I did. Good plot line, enjoyable characters, a good listen.