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Juror #3

Librarian Note: This is the updated cover for ISBN 9780316474122 Ruby Bozarth, a newcomer to Rosedale, Mississippi, is also fresh to the Mississippi Bar--and to the docket of Circuit Judge Baylor, who taps Ruby as defense counsel in a racially charged felony. The murder of a woman from one of the town's oldest families has Rosedale's upper crust howling for blood, and the prosecutor is counting on Ruby's inexperience to help him deliver a swift conviction. Ruby's client is a college football star who has returned home after a career-ending injury, and she is determined to build a defense that will stick. She finds help in unexpected quarters from Suzanne, a hard-charging attorney armed to the teeth, and Shorty, a diner cook who knows more than he lets on.Ruby never belonged to the country-club set, but once she nearly married into it. As news breaks of a second murder, Ruby's ex-fianc, Lee Greene, shows up on her doorstep--a Southern gentleman in need of a savior. As lurid, intertwin...

Title : Juror #3
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ISBN : 41090677
Format Type : Hardcover
Number of Pages : 352 pages
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Juror #3 Reviews

  • Melissa A.S.

    4 stars only because I found the storyline predictable or not as twisty as I was expected, that could be because I read many mystery novels and after a few, I’ve become quite skilled in predicting the right outcomes

    “Juror #3” was enjoyable, quick to read, and I wouldn’t mind seeing Suzanne Greene, her wit, and her appetite again. Is it too much to hope for a Bozarth & Greene series?

  • Kenneth Iltz

    Juror #3 is not a bad book. I enjoyed it. The plot is a little thin and at times undeveloped. But blame that partly on chapters that are from 3 to 5 pages in length. You wouldn't want to bore the reader. How do you develop character is 3 pages?

    His books are good airplane books. Mindless. It is like watching a movie. No idle moments. Nonetheless, I have read three of his books this year. A record for me. I started with The President is Missing. I couldn't miss a book co-authored by Bill Clinton.

  • Adrienne

    Wonderful. Plausible plots; and a newcomer, Ruby Bozarth. I hope she is developed as a character into other books. Wonderful.

  • Julie Garner

    Reminded me of an early John Grisham. Loved the fast pace courtroom drama.

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  • Joanne R. Merola

    THE WORST “JAMES PATTERSON” BOOK EVER!! This book was simply shockingly bad! I have read Patterson’s books for years and I know that when he “co-authors”, most of the work seems to be written by the other writer, but I can’t believe ANY professional author wrote this garbage. I thought I would be reading a “Grisham-esque” type of book. Instead, I read drivel. NO fleshing our of any character in the book; ridiculous portrayals of southern bigotry; asinine plots and even more asinine resolutions. ...more

  • Gretchen

    I like this book because even though there were a lot of twists with the story, nothing came “out of left field”. The protagonist is a wrong side of the tracks girl who pulled herself up, set her goals and achieved them. Quite unexpectedly, she’s pulled back into a world that she thought she had left behind.

  • Linda

    Another good book by James Patterson and Nancy Allen. Recommend it for anyone!