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    David Rosenfelt
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    Center Point Pub (October 31, 2004)
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Rosenfelt does a great job with the understated characters in the book, but two was enough for me.

David Rosenfelt is an author who has written nineteen novels and three TV movies. His main character in most of his mystery books is Andy Carpenter, attorney and dog lover. Rosenfelt graduated from New York University and then decided to work in the movie business. After being interviewed by his uncle, who was the President of United Artists, he was hired and worked his way up the corporate culture. Rosenfelt eventually became the marketing president for Tri-Star Pictures

I watch sixteen football games over nine hours.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Northern New Jersey has a new local hero on its cultural crime turf. He's Andy Carpenter, the Paterson defense attorney who can sling a quip as fast as he can outmaneuver a snarling prosecutor. of the most fatal kind. His streak of murder case acquittals made him a regular on cable talk shows.

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At the risk of repeating myself, David Rosenfelt is one great story teller. His writing style reminds me of Lee Child, but Andy Carpenter is no Jack Reacher. Andy is a smart mouth; in the courtroom he can crack a quip faster than a judge can pound his gavel, but when it comes to fighting he is fortunate to have Laurie, his girl friend at his back. Include any personal information. Mention spoilers or the book's price. 0) 50 characters minimum.

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I watch sixteen football games over nine hours. It's an extraordinary accomplishment...With the remote secure in the palm of my hand, or more often resting on my chest, I am all powerful. I haven't missed an important play since the Carter administration. His streak of murder case acquittals made him a regular on cable talk shows. His recent $22 million inheritance bought him a dog rescue operation named after his beloved golden retriever. Now after turning down cases left and right, attorney Andy Carpenter feels like he's facing a midlife crisis. And just when he decides he needs some real work, a newspaper owner friend asks Andy to protect his star reporter. Daniel Cummings is being used as a mouthpiece by a serial killer...but the reporter gets way too close to his story when he's found near the murderer's latest victim. Quickly working to save what's left of Cummings's rep, Andy soon makes news himself when he starts receiving death threats-and moves dangerously close to becoming tomorrow's big obituary.

In the third novel of the Carpenter series, Andy struggles in an uphill battle to defend a seemingly guilty defendant as all the physical evidence points to his client, the son of a friend. Andy’s customary sense of humor, and, duty to find out the truth about his client, move the story along. Andy’s pursuits lead him to investigate unsolved, gruesome murders, as the plot delves into courtroom drama, and winds in and out of unexpected twists and turns. And, outside of outwitting pompous prosecutors, the only thing in life Andy Carpenter loves more than his girlfriend, Laurie Collins, and his golden retriever, Tara, are sports events of any kind.
Rosenfelt ties the Andy Carpenter series together by characters and events, though each book stands independently of another.
I think Rosenfelt has written a dozen or so books with Carpenter as the protagonist... the first two are fine, easy reads, but by this the third installment the formula is starting to wear thin.

No spoiler alert, but our hero Andy is convinced to defend another murder suspect, who despite the overwhelming evidence is... you get the idea. Rosenfelt does a great job with the understated characters in the book, but two was enough for me.
Andy Carpenter is big on logic. But he can't find any logical explanation for the serial killings of several disparate women: a hooker, a grandmother and a prominent political whistleblower.

Worse yet, he can't be sure if the man he's defending for the crimes is innocent or guilty. He hates the idea that he might be helping a guilty man evade the law.

Andy's talented bevy of investigators and researchers are just as confused as he is. So Andy is not quite as brilliant as usual in court. The fun of the plot is more in the shocking revelations in store for Andy before, during and after the trial. Nothing is what it seems. There are all sorts of hidden agendas, among the bad guys and even the seemingly good guys. The mobsters are far from being the most evil characters in the book.

The plot has twist upon twist. The dialog is crisp and amusing. I love all the characters, in particular Marcus, the menacing investigator who can make anyone tell what they know. And Andy Carpenter has some very funny unheroic moments in the story.

All in all, Bury the Lead is good solid entertainment. I'm really enjoying this series.
The author uses humor in mystery cases and winds his stories with plenty of suspense and drama, and mixes in the humor so deftly that one just wants to keep on reading just to get the entertainment that shoots out of every paragraph. I have read every one of his books 22 total. His last one , Which is "blackout" I have yet to read.. A plus is that he weaves his pet Labrador in each story and you fall in love with this dog... This review asks if there is sexual content...and there is..but it is very romantic and just enough said to make it fun and enticing without being explicit
I discovered this series several months ago and I don't know how because I don't normally read "mystery/thrillers"; actually I usually read non fiction. But I am a reader of animal stories so I suppose that's how I was led to this series. BUT once I was hooked I had to go back and start at the beginning. His first book was nominated for some prize and it should have won; it was terrific. The last one I read is Rosenfelt's account of moving his Tara Foundation dogs. Loved that too. And I have just reserved his latest, but non Andy Carpenter, book from the library. I honestly cannot think of a fiction author I have fallen for so completely.
I only learned of David Rosenfelt about a week ago, and I’ve read his first 3 Andy Carpenter books back to back to back. Andy is the most engaging, self-effacing protagonist ever. A whip smart attorney, but an occasionally bumbling human being prone to self doubt. Andy’s escapades are the backdrop to Rosenfelt’s clever plot twists and excellent writing. On to Book 4!
What fun! I'm telling everyone I know that enjoys a really good mystery about David Rosenfelt - My new favorite author! Great plots and twists all told with a wonderfully smart sense of humor! I can't tell you how many times I found myself laughing out loud! Got the first book for free as part of the Audible Prime Member benefits and was immediately hooked. Switched over to print versions and am already on my fourth or fifth book in the series.
Rosenfelt returns with Andy Carpenter - a local reporter is being contacted by a serial killer after each kill. The newspaper he works for hires Andy to protect the interest of the paper. Or maybe that isn't the reason ... The reporter is eventually arrested after the murder of a prominent whistle-blower and Andy's friend Vince tells him that the young reporter is his son from a one night stand years before.

The local New Jersey mob is pulled into the story as well as Willie from Andy's first high profile trial. His romantic interest Laurie Collins, her fellow PI Marcus, newspaperman and newly admitted father Vince, and policeman Pete Stanton all return.

Rosenfelt layers the suspense and even long time mystery readers will be surprised by the twists his stories take. This is definitely the best in the series to date.