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the wit of Carl Hiaasen with the dialogue of Elmore Leonard and throw
in John Grisham's courtroom savvy, and you have ‘State vs. Lassiter.’" –
STATE vs. LASSITER, the tenth of the award-winning series, is out TODAY in both paperback and as an ebook. Here’s the setup:
Jake’s law practice is booming...
He’s crazy about the new woman in his life...
His one-time delinquent nephew Kip is getting A’s in school...
What can go wrong?
Oh...how about a charge of first degree murder?
money goes missing from client accounts, Jake confronts his banker,
Pamela Baylins...who also happens to be his lover. She accuses Jake of
skimming client funds; he accuses her of dipping into the till. She
threatens to report him to the State Attorney...and within hours is
All the evidence points to Jake, who’s charged with murder. Is this the end of the linebacker-turned-lawyer?