The Attorney by Steve MartiniThe Attorney by Steve Martini

The Attorney

bySteve Martini

Mass Market Paperback | January 1, 2001

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Paul Madriani takes on dual roles—defense attorney and sleuth—in this riveting legal thriller by the New York Times bestselling author of Blood Flag and The Secret Partner.

“Legal thrillers don't get much better than this,” wrote Publishers Weekly in praise of The JudgeKirkus Reviews hailed Undue Influence as “the courtroom novel of the year.” Now Martini delivers one of Paul Madriani’s most challenging cases in The Attorney: where a drug-addicted mother is pitted against her daughter’s newly rich grandfather in a contentious custody case that leads to criminal accusations—and ultimately murder...
Steve Martini worked as a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles and as a capital correspondent at the state house in Sacramento, California. An honors graduate at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Mr. Martini holds his law degree from the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law. He has written widely on the law and pol...
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Title:The AttorneyFormat:Mass Market PaperbackDimensions:448 pages, 6.8 × 4.3 × 1.2 inPublished:January 1, 2001Publisher:Penguin Publishing GroupLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0515130044

ISBN - 13:9780515130041

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Praise for The Attorney“A tight plot where all of the elements dovetail at the end...twists and turns...The suspense here is excruciating.”—The Washington Post   “The case takes a surprising new turn and hurtles to a stunning climax. Tense courtroom drama, plenty of action, and a deviously twisted plot. Martini's hot streak continues.”—Booklist   “Plenty of zigs and zags in the plotting make this another strong outing for Martini.”—Chicago Tribune“Very entertaining...satisfying and genuinely shocking.”—Newsday  “Another engrossing court battle.”—Publishers Weekly