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His client is probably innocent Only days before her death the murdered paralegal had stumbled on something she wasn't supposed to know information The Wrong ePUB #10003 that someone would kill to keep secret Her murder was no random crime but a targeted hit and the wrong man was chargedAs Jason Kolarich races to discover the I love Jason Kolarich He takes on cases that speak to his heart Like here defending a young veteran who s been arrested for murder of a young paralegal As Kolarich has been a prosecutor he has a particular understanding of how to proceed taking into account various scenarios of defense He s so savvy he makes me smile The longer Jason digs into the case the he realizes that his client the homeless Ira War vet Tom Stoller is actually the wrong man being accused of this murder For Jason and his team It s a race against the clock as they investigate the culpable group of men who are plotting an even bigger crime against human kindListening to the audio version of this book was rather enjoyable although I don t like how narrator Luke Daniels does female voices It s too sotto voce it s irritatingAlso I have to admit I had my suspicions about who Gin Rummy was I don t want to give away spoilers As a legal read this is definitively satisfying I give it a 35 stars

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Truth in time to save his client he finds himself embroiled in a mystery involving the Mob a mysterious assassin known only as “Gin Rummy” and a conspiracy of wealthy international terrorists with explosive plans for his city With thousands of lives at stake Kolarich has on the line than ever before and time is running ou Picked this book up on the sale shelf at the library It is one of the most interesting uniue and challenging mysteries I have read in a while I will surely look for books by this author

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When Jason Kolarich accepts the case of a homeless Ira War veteran accused of murdering a young paralegal his course seems clear to mount an insanity defense for a man suffering so badly from post traumatic stress disorder that he has no real memory of the crime But as Kolarich digs deeper he realizes that unlikely as it seems As my journey through the standalone work of David Ellis continues I remain highly impressed with all he has to offer His pieces shine and keep me wanting as they explore the legal world with a peppering of current events to keep the plot even thicker Jason Kolarich has earned his reputation for being a gritty lawyer mainly because he will go to the mat for his client no matter their plight When he is approached by a woman seeking help for her nephew Kolarich is intrigued but cannot fully commit uite yet Tom Stoller is a former Army veteran who is now living on the streets He is accused of killing Kathy Rubinkowski with a shot to the head He was found with her belongings on his person and was apologizing for the act an all but certain ticket to conviction However Kolarich sees a great deal of PTSD in Stoller and hears that he was involved in a shooting of a young girl while overseas Could this be plaguing him after all this time While Kolarich agrees to take the defence he is visited by someone with ties to the local mob asking some highly hypothetical uestions Kolarich is also coming out of his shell on a social level creating ties with a woman who could prove useful than a romantic tryst for him Unable to push the trial into a continuance Kolarich seeks to pry into the PTSD but his client clams up and will be of no assistance with that However some background on the victim shows that her work at a law firm had her wondering about representation surrounding some highly intriguing substances things that raise many a red flag for Kolarich Might Kathy Rubinkowski have been killed for what she knew leaving Tom Stoller as a scapegoat Working as hard as he can Kolarich seeks to convince others of this theory even as the ADA seeks a slam dunk conviction to no avail In the background something is going on that could make the trial and any verdict matter less than a hill of beans A great piece that pulls on the heartstrings as well as keeping the reader fully committed Ellis does so well with this and I d recommend it to all who love gritty legal thrillersDavid Ellis is an author whose individual work I should have discovered long ago His attention to detail and ability to pull the reader into the middle of it all cannot be missed Jason Kolarich remains an integral part of the books and leads the story throughout His grit and determination help him defend his clients as best he can without getting caught up in the minutiae of their lives His legal antics remain aboveboard but tend to push the case in some interesting directions He is not afraid to use his silver tongue in court and then pull out some needed fists to combat injustice as he sees it Other characters help to add depth to the novel in ways that are highly effective I found the story taking many turns and the strong characters made it all the effective as the journey continued The story took on some interesting topics that I feel Ellis handled well without losing the legal angle that makes these novels so much fun to read Layering situations and plot lines atop one another makes for some great storytelling and has me reaching for the final book in this series Kudos Mr Ellis for great legal writing I will do my best to forge into the final novel right awayLovehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at Book for All Seasons a different sort of Book Challenge


10 thoughts on “The Wrong Man

  1. says:

    As my journey through the standalone work of David Ellis continues I remain highly impressed with all he has to offer His pieces shine and keep me wanting as they explore the legal world with a peppering of current events to keep the plot even thicker Jason Kolarich has earned his reputation for being a gritty lawyer mainly because he will go to the mat for his client no matter their plight When he is approac

  2. says:

    I rarely give five stars to books of this type but this one has superbly intricate plotting and character development He also brings in some issues about PTSD for veterans of the Ira War without shoving it in your face or letting it take over the story Well done Call it 45 stars This is the third in a series but there's no need to have read the first two I haven't read the second one and this one worked fine for me all

  3. says:

    An interesting story that waned the last third The end was decent The story could have been better if Ellis had focused on the positive and less on the negative that contributed little if anything at all 6 of 10 stars

  4. says:

    Another winner in the Jason Lolarich series I've gone through three so far in uick succession and enjoyed it a lot This one was my favorite with a lot going on If you liked the first two in the series you'll probably like t

  5. says:

    Started well but I thought it all became a little far fetched in the latter half

  6. says:

    I love Jason Kolarich He takes on cases that speak to his heart Like here defending a young veteran who’s been arrested for murder of a young paralegal As Kolarich has been a prosecutor he has a particular understanding of how to proceed; taking into account various scenarios of defense He’s so savvy he mak

  7. says:

    Jason Kolarich rocks This is a high octane legal thriller from the get go Jason is up against it as he tries to defend a decorated but mentally damaged war veteran from a murder charge At first Jason is just seeking a fair trial with acknowledgement of his client's mental condition but then he starts to wonder if his client is in fact innocent As he starts to investigate what might have actually happened the tr

  8. says:

    Good book with a major twist in the story in the last 5 pages

  9. says:

    Picked this book up on the sale shelf at the library It is one of the most interesting uniue and challenging mysteries I have read in a while I will surely look for books by this author

  10. says:

    After young paralegal is murdered and robbed outside of her apartment police find a homeless Mike Stoller with her purse and the gun When the Ira war veteran is uestioned says he doesn’t remember what happened and is otherwise unresponsive the police believe they have their guy With only weeks before the trial Jason Kolarich agrees to take the case However the judge bars him using a defense of post traumatic