Who is JT LeBeau? A best-selling crime writer, whose words have gripped the world. The only mystery greater than his stories is his true identity. One woman thinks she's found him - her husband has millions in the bank and a letter for the enigmatic author. But the truth is far more twisted...
|Publisher||Oakhill Audio; 2019|
Eddie Flynn used to be a con artist. Then he became a lawyer. Turned out the two weren't that different. But when Olek Volchek, the infamous head of the Russian mafia in New York, kidnaps Eddie's ten-year-old daughter, Eddie has only 48 hours to defend Volchek in an impossible murder trial - and win - if he wants to save his daughter.
When wealthy businessman Leonard Howell's daughter is kidnapped, he calls on the only man he trusts to get her back. Eddie Flynn knows what it's like to lose a daughter and vows to bring Caroline home safe. Once a con artist, now a criminal attorney, Flynn is no stranger to the New York underworld. However, as he steps back into his old life, Flynn realizes that he is being played. But who is pulling the strings? And is anyone in this twisted case telling the truth...?
When David Child, a major client of a corrupt New York law firm, is arrested for murder, the FBI ask con artist-turned-lawyer Eddie Flynn to persuade him to testify against the firm. But Eddie is convinced the man is innocent, despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. With the FBI putting pressure on him to secure the deal, Eddie must find a way to prove his client's innocence. But the stakes are high - his wife is in danger. And not just from the FBI . . .
Hollywood actor Robert Soloman stands accused of the brutal murder of his wife and her lover, but he is desperately pleading that he had nothing to do with it. This is the trial of the century, and the defence want Eddie Flynn on their team. As the trial starts, Eddie becomes sure of Robert's innocence, but there's something else he is even more sure of - that there is something sinister going on in the jury box. Because of this, he is forced to ask: what if the killer isn't on the stand? What if he's on the jury?