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Author: David Kessler
ISBN: 0340688998
Pages: 242 pages
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton; 1st Edition edition (June 1, 1999)
Language: English
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Size ePUB: 1674 kb
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Rating: 4.1
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Subcategory: Mystery

e-Book Fool for a Client epub download

by David Kessler



A Fool for a Client has been added to your Cart. Born and brought up in London, David Kessler lived in Israel for many years, but has now returned and works as a technical and business writer for a London computer company

A Fool for a Client has been added to your Cart. Born and brought up in London, David Kessler lived in Israel for many years, but has now returned and works as a technical and business writer for a London computer company. His interests include physics, philosophy and international politics. A Fool for a Client is his first novel.

A shimmering glow emanated from the swimming pool. It was lit from below the water-line by shielded lights at the side, and every time the water stirred in the evening breeze a glimmer of light rose. from the rippling surface

A shimmering glow emanated from the swimming pool. from the rippling surface. Do you know anything about the history of Ireland?.

Kessler made a comeback in 2009 when he signed a three book deal with the Avon division of HarperCollins UK for a series of books about a San Francisco lawyer, Alex Sedaka.

The title is an allusion to the legal aphorism that anyone who conducts their own defense has a fool for a client. Kessler made a comeback in 2009 when he signed a three book deal with the Avon division of HarperCollins UK for a series of books about a San Francisco lawyer, Alex Sedaka.

A Fool for a Client book. David Kessler's first thriller doesn't just excite and mystify, it also asks some tough questions about vigilante justice and the rights of the victim. When IT'S a muslim, IT's a terrorist.

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The pinnacle of Sean Murphy's career as a revolutionary was the blowing up of a doctor and a three-year-old child in a busy shopping mall. But when he fled to New York and thwarted attempts to extradite him, he set in motion a chain of events that not even he could have anticipated.Now Murphy is dead, and a 23-year-old American medical student stands trial for his murder in a case which has become a cause celebre in the USA: the People of the State of New York versus Justine Levy. Against all advice, Justine insists on conducting her own defence, proceeding to alienate jurors and refusing to co-operate with Rick Parker, a young, inexperienced black lawyer whom the judge has appointed to act as standby counsel.In a case that polarises public opinion, some see Murphy's death as the execution of a terrorist while others see it as the murder of a freedom fighter. But was Justine a vigilante who acted as the avenging angel for society or was her motive more personal? As cracks begin to appear in the prosecution's case another question arises: did Justine, in fact, kill him at all?
Bine
As part of my NaNoWriMo project this year I've been reading a LOT of lesser-known mysteries, and can say without any doubt that this, while admirable for its plotting and characterizations, takes the absolute prize for terrible typos and other truly annoying errors. More than slipshod revision, it looks like some nefarious force went through the entire text substituting 'to' for 'too', 'their' for 'there', and vice versa, and on and on and ON; countless examples of hideous reader-distractions. I wound up with well over 200 highlights indicating errors in my kindle version: another good thing about the kindle is that it's sufficiently pricey that I'd never throw the device across the room, as I might with a paperback in such a situation. Hoping against hope that the author decides his hard work deserves editing one of these days.
Ginaun
I always want to know the ending right away and will often skip to the end to read it and then read the rest of the book. "A Fool For a Client" grabbed my attention right away and didn't let up. I didn't even consider skipping to end. I read 4-5 books per month and thought this was one of the best I have read in a long time. I enjoyed reading about, and unfortunately recognized, the weaknesses of our legal system.
Fearlessrunner
This was the best book I've read in almost a year this author ranks with the best of our time. I took off a star for all the typos. It appears that only spell check was used and a lot errors remained which ruined the pace and timing of some parts of the prose. Please use a real editor and if you do, get a better one.
Thanks for the book.
Cha
Found this to be totally amazing totally engrossing and totally believable good job
Keep up the good work and keep it going Mikey R
Clodebd
It takes a lot of effort to write a novel. Coming up with an idea that is enough different from the thousands of other books out there, developing interesting characters and spinning the yarn to a satisfying conclusion. The author did all those things admirably. However, what he failed to do was proof read his work or have someone else do it. There are constant errors that spell ck does not pick up. Too where to should be used. There where their should be used. Words that were doubled in the sentences or words that were omitted.

In addition, the book frequently goes back in time with no warning. This was confusing to me and made me constantly have to reread sections.

What could have been and probably should have been a five star novel becomes a three star book. A little extra effort could have fixed these problems.
Delagamand
I did enjoy this book but I wouldn't read it again. I felt unfulfilled at the end even though it ended in a positive manner.
Thohelm
Hadn't read in a while and this story got me going again. Enjoyed the intrigue - very compelling. David Kessler is new to me. Will certainly read more from him.
I love legal thrillers and read as many as I can get my hands on. But this one stands out about the crowd.
On the surface, the heroine, Justine Levy, is on trial for murder in New York, but it soon becomes apparent that this isn't just a thriller, but a novel of ideas. She is alleged to have killed a man by poison. But it soon emerges that he died of a different poison to the one she is alleged to have given him! And that's only the beginning. The issue is not just about what the main characters did, but also why they did it - and Kessler keeps the reader guessing right until the end.
Justine Levy is a medical student, but she insists on conducting her own defense and ends up displaying more legal acumen than her court-appointed standby counsel.
Aside from the courtroom drama there are the psychological taut flashbacks and the tense scenes in which an assassin stalks Justine with the intention of killing her regardless of the verdict. Finally there is a real sting in the tail.
John Grisham and Brad Melzer face stiff competition from Kessler and I recommend this thiller most highly to lovers of legal thrillers as one of the best in the genre.