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Three players are accused.
In the ninth installment of the best-selling Joe Dillard series, Dillard finds himself defending one of the players accused of assaulting the young woman. The case receives national attention, quickly escalating into a platform for deep-seeded division and hatred. It also ensnares Dillard, along with his son, Jack, and Charleston Story into a web of lies and deceit spun by a mysterious figure with a hidden agenda.
Meanwhile, his wife, Caroline, continues her fight against metastatic breast cancer, and his sister, Sarah, comes back into the picture. Culminating in a courtroom scene worthy of Perry Mason, Dillard must take on one of the most difficult cases of his career. Will justice prevail? Or will the weight of the criminal justice system grind Joe and his client to dust?
"Pratt's richly developed characters are vivid and believable, especially the strong Southern women who fight their male-dominated culture from behind a facade of vulnerability." (Publishers Weekly)
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By Wayne on 05-03-18
9th marvelous legal thriller in the Joe Dillard...
...series by Scott Pratt. Writing more about the plot is not appropriate because the publisher's summary sets Due Process up perfectly. I have all of Scott Pratt's legal thrillers in both the Joe Dillard and Darren Street series; all easily earn 5 stars. Tim Campbell narrates all nine of the Joe Dillard series novels and he is the voice of Joe Dillard. (Pratt also wrote a historical fiction novel titled River of Fire; the book is not nearly of the quality of his legal thrillers.)
I recommend Due Process, the other eight novels in the Joe Dillard series, and the novels in the Darren Street series.
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By shelley on 05-04-18
Can't beat a Joe Dillard book!!!!
Scott Pratt has written another really good book. I only wish it was a little longer. Even though it is only just under six hours there is a whole story here and nothing feels rushed.
I really like that Pratt addresses hot topics and this book has a few, including racism as the number one issue. This story involves the possible rape of a white woman by three black college men, the truths , the lies and the backlash.
Tim Campbell does a fantastic job narrating.
This book has my HIGHEST RECOMMENDATION.
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