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Publisher's Summary

A doctor in love with his patient's wife...
A fatal mistake during surgery...
Accident? Malpractice? Or murder?

Defending a surgeon in a malpractice case, Jake Lassiter begins to suspect that his client is innocent of negligence...but guilty of murder. Add a sexy widow, a deadly drug, and a grave robbery to the stew, and you have Miami's trial of the century.

"Move over Scott Turow. To Speak for the Dead is courtroom drama at its very best." - Larry King, USA Today

©1990, 2013 Paul J. Levine. Grateful acknowledgment is made for permission to use an excerpt from “The Lawyers Know Too Much” from Smoke and Steel by Carl Sandburg, © 1920 by Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Inc., and renewed 1948 by Carl Sandburg, reprinted by permission of the publisher. “It’s Still Rock and Roll To Me” by Billy Joel, © 1980 by Impulsive Music. All rights controlled and administered by EMI April Music Inc. All rights reserved. International copyright secured. Used by permission. (P)2017 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.
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2 out of 5 stars
By John on 04-11-17

Another one saved by the narrator

I wouldn't have made it through if it wasn't for Luke Daniels.

This had good story potential , but it was filled with absurdities.

For instance, we're supposed believe a judge is up there presiding over a court case and reading the sports page?

How about a lawyer teaming up with a corner to do a little grave robbing. Tell me the reality in which that is possible?

There's other Ludicrous things in there that I don't have time to go into.

It's really too bad I have to get give this such a bad review - Because I think it had a pretty good idea in there somewhere


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3 out of 5 stars
By Lia on 05-31-17

3 Stars The Ending Was Deflating!!

I wasn't crazy about this book. As lawyer books go, it certainly isn't in the same class as the Mickey Haller or Andy Carpenter series. The central character wasn't all that compelling and while the peripheral characters had a lot of promise, they were never fully developed. The plot was OK, but I found the ending very disappointing and, to be honest, kind of bizarre. All in all, it was just OK for me. I wouldn't recommend it, but if you want to take a chance on it, you might enjoy it more than I did. I know my husband really liked the book and has continued with the series. Plus @ $7.34 the book did not use a credit.

Luke Daniels was excellent with the delivery of the story.

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11 of 12 people found this review helpful

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