Jury Master : David Sloane

  • by Robert Dugoni
  • Narrated by Robertson Dean
  • Series: David Sloane
  • 12 hrs and 0 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

David Sloane is the best wrongful death attorney in San Francisco. He's a lawyer who can make juries do anything. But despite his professional success, he's plagued by a nightmare of a childhood he cannot consciously remember. When he receives a package from a White House confidant who then turns up dead by apparent suicide, the contents reveal a history he never could have imagined. Now, in search of justice, Sloane must depend on two men he's never met: Charles Jenkins, a former CIA agent turned recluse who suffers the same nightmare; and Tom Molia, a police detective willing to take on just about anyone, including the U.S. Department of Justice. Together, these men must expose a 30-year conspiracy so insidious that it may reach as far as the Oval Office and topple a presidency, if they can stay alive.


What the Critics Say

"All of Dugoni's characters have a fresh and believable edge, and there is plenty of action in far-flung settings." (Publishers Weekly)
"The action keeps coming, so omnivorous thrill seekers who favor Martini and Grisham may want to give Dugoni a look." (Booklist)


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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Excellent Storytelling

Would you consider the audio edition of Jury Master to be better than the print version?

I never read the print, but man, the audio was good.

What did you like best about this story?

It was a good story with a little bit of a surprise ending.

What about Robertson Dean’s performance did you like?

His voice was a little deep for me at first, but then as he switched between characters I really started to enjoy it, so much so that when he wasn't narrating the second book in the series I was disappointed.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Not really. It was really good, but I wasn't compelled to listen to it non-stop the way I am with some books.

Any additional comments?

At first the writing was a little choppy and the editing is odd. I mean as soon as a chapter ended there would be no pause because you would hear "Chapter 22" - it would hit you like a slap in the face sometimes because it seemed to just come out of no where. Other than that, it was an excellent book.

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- Eddie Renz

Action! Action! Action!

This book is certainly full of action and short chapters. I usually love a book that has both. But this one bothered me. There were so many characters and so MUCH action that I found it hard to follow. I did a lot of "rewinding". Each chapter told a different part of the plot and it got confusing.
I also found the ending abrupt and left unanswered questions for me.
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- Nancy

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-04-2006
  • Publisher: Books on Tape