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by Dick Lochte,Christopher Darden
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Thrillers & Suspense
  • Author:
    Dick Lochte,Christopher Darden
  • ISBN:
    0451207327
  • ISBN13:
    978-0451207326
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    NAL Hardcover (October 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    368 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Thrillers & Suspense
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  • FB2 format
    1665 kb
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    1360 kb
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    1263 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    387
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The book benefits from the contributions of collaborator Lochte, a skilled plotter, but there are a lot of dead spots and awkward phrases, superficial characteristics, and contrived situations, which aren't typical of Lochte's own fiction. Draw your own conclusions about the guilty party.

Prosecutor Christopher Darden and award-winning author Dick Lochte return with a novel about a troubled lawyer with one chance to defend his career-and his life. Mercer Early, a young litigator at the most prestigious African-American law firm on the West Coast, has everything going for him. That is, until a labyrinthine murder case drops into his lap-and threatens the pillars on which his many laurels rest.

The Last Defense book. The third pairing of former . Simpson prosecutor Darden (In Contempt) and veteran mystery author Lochte (Sleeping Dog, et. pinballs the non-stop action from courtroom to bar room to bedroom. Mercer Early, a young litigator at the most prestigious African-American. At the center of it all is Mercer Early, an ambitious young lawyer at the prestigious African-American law firm Carter and Hansborough.

Christopher Allen Darden (born April 7, 1956) is an American lawyer, author, actor, lecturer, and practicing attorney. Darden was born in Richmond, California, the fourth of eight siblings.

by. Darden, Christopher; Lochte, Dick.

Praised as the "literary dream team" (Entertainment Weekly), prosecutor Christopher Darden and award-winning author Dick Lochte return with a novel about a troubled lawyer with one chance to defend his career-and his life. About the Author: Christopher Darden was the assistant prosecutor in the .

Find nearly any book by Christopher Darden. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. by Dick Lochte, Christopher Darden. ISBN 9780446523271 (978-0-446-52327-1) Hardcover, Warner Books, 2001. Find signed collectible books: '. Justice: ISBN 9780446523271 (978-0-446-52327-1) Hardcover, Warner Books, 2001. by Christopher Darden, Dick Lochte.

Written by legal legend Christopher Darden, who gained nationwide fame as one of the prosecuting attorneys during the . Justice is a hard-driving thriller, crafted with an insider’s understanding that real justice is always dirty. Randy Bingham wakes in the dark, with his head throbbing, his memory blank, and a body on the floor.

See contact information and details about Dick Lochte Books. Dick Lochte is the Award-winning author of fourteen solo crime novels - four co-written with attorney Christopher Darden, three with the TODAY SHOW's Al Roker

See contact information and details about Dick Lochte Books. Dick Lochte is the Award-winning author of fourteen solo crime novels - four co-written with attorney Christopher Darden, three with the TODAY SHOW's Al Roker. Dick's solo novels include SLEEPING DOG, LAUGHING DOG, BLUE BAYOU, THE NEON SMILE, CROAKED and BLUES IN THE NIGHT. His short story collection: LUCKY DOG AND OTHER TALES OF MURDER.

Mercer Early, a young litigator at the most prestigious African-American law firm on the West Coast, has everything going for him. That is, until a labyrinthine murder case drops into his lap-and threatens the pillars on which his many laurels rest. An incisive look at criminal justice and race relations, this novel will challenge your assumptions about guilt and innocence-and keep you turning pages until the very end.

Goodman
Too much violence against women. The whole book was violence from beginning to end. Difficult to keep up with who is who.
Voodoosida
Mercer Early has everything a man could want. He is a defense attorney at one of the most prestigious law firms in the country; he's in love with the boss's daughter; finally one of the two senior partners thinks he's got a bright future ahead of him. He has just won an acquittal for doper Darion Mayfield by proving that the lead detective on the case, Detective Burris beat a confession out of the defendant and then perjured himself on the stand.

Before Burris is taken into custody, he threatens to get even with Darion. Only a few days later the doper is found dead in a dumpster with a witness placing Burris at the scene. The detective's lover blackmails Mercer into defending Burris who believes his client is innocent and is being framed. Mercer is getting insider information from Internal Affairs Detective Mingus who is investigating an officer who may be responsible for a frame.

THE LAST DEFENSE is an exciting legal thriller that will appeal to fans of John Grisham. It's obvious that Christopher Darden knows his way around a courtroom as he proves to be a winning writer when paired with veteran author Dick Lochte. The story line is fast-paced hooking the reader from the early courtroom drama to the strong climax.

Harriet Klausner