• Thirteen

  • A Novel (Eddie Flynn, Book 3)
  • By: Steve Cavanagh
  • Narrated by: Adam Sims
  • Length: 11 hrs and 23 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (1,061 ratings)

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By: Steve Cavanagh
Narrated by: Adam Sims
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Publisher's summary

2019 Hudson Booksellers Best of the Year

The serial killer isn’t on trial. He’s on the jury.

It’s the murder trial of the century. And Joshua Kane has killed to get the best seat in the house - and to be sure the wrong man goes down for the crime. Because this time, the killer isn’t on trial. He’s on the jury.

But there’s someone on his tail. Former conman turned criminal-defense attorney Eddie Flynn doesn’t believe his movie-star client killed two people. He suspects the real killer is closer than they think - but who would guess just how close?

Praise for Thirteen:

“A brilliant, twisty, ingeniously constructed puzzle of a book. Steve Cavanagh pulls off an enviable premise with panache.” (Ruth Ware)

“Outstanding - an intriguing premise, a tense, gripping build-up, and a spectacular climax. This guy is the real deal. Trust me.” (Lee Child)

“A dead bang BEAST of a book that expertly combines Cavanagh’s authority on the law with an absolutely great thrill ride. Books this ingenious don’t come along very often.” (Michael Connelly)

©2018 Steve Cavanagh (P)2018 Orion Publishing Group

Critic reviews

"Sims portrays the lawyer’s first-person narrative with a hint of a New York accent, while giving the other characters slight distinctions as well. The killer’s chapters are written in third person and underscored with boredom, suggesting someone who’s killed many times and lost the thrill. Passing references are made to characters and situations in the previous books, but this installment stands well on its own. Suggest this title both to those who love a legal thriller where the lawyer does more than practice law and to those who like a solid, twisted serial killer tale without the gory details." (Booklist)