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His For Wes Farrell an attorney struggling with his own sense of failure the defense of Mark Dooher will mean a chance at self respect For beautiful aspiring attorney Christina Carrera the case leads to a dangerous liaison with Dooher who has wanted than anything to have this woman by his side and in his bed And for Abe Glitsky whose wife is dying of cancer the trial is a nightmare of DNA evidence shaky witnesses and long odds Dooher the unofficial consigliere of the Archbishop of San Francisco has the Catholic Church on his sideAs the trial builds to a crescendo as evidence is sifted and witnesses discredited as Farrell. Guilty pleasure does not get any guiltier than this The flow is pretty smooth here Lescroart sure knows how to write believable characters with clear motivations Plus his books are just so much fun to read A right amount of everything in them; eual part cynicism and hope

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Rises to heights he never knew he could reach and Abe Glitsky grieves a woman emerges from Mark Dooher's past Her story will change the role of nearly every player in this trial and ignite a chain reaction of truth and violence that will alter lives foreverA novel that surprises from its first page to its last Guilt is than a story about crime and punishment It is a riveting drama of moral responsibility and uncertain justice of families bound by loyalty and divided by tragedy and betrayal Building to one of the most nerve shattering endings in recent fiction Guilt is a true masterpiece of hard hitting contemporary suspen. Although I hadn't read #1 in the Abe Glitsky series I had no difficulties following Lescroart's complex network of characters While Glitsky figures prominently throughout the novel the key character is Mark Dooher a lawyer accused of a brutal murder Lescroart devotes a substantial part of the novel to an in depth character portrait of Dooher and his family and associates while giving rich insights into Abe Glitsky's professional and personal life The suspense builds evenly throughout the first half as the story's premise is thoroughly established then Lescroart's cat and mouse game of intricate details drives the action to its climax and resolution In a word the book is gripping interlacing suspicions with doubts and revelations stringing the reader along until the very last page

John Lescroart ✓ 5 Summary

Mark Dooher is the last person anyone would suspect of a savage bloody murder the most hate filled crime one veteran detective had ever come across But Dooher a prosperous attorney and prominent Catholic is the first man San Francisco detective Abe Glitsky suspects Soon Dooher is standing in the sights of the great flawed machine called the criminal justice system And Mark Dooher a paragon of success and a master of all he touches is about to be indicted for murderAs the Dooher trial begins dozens of lives are drawn into the drama from the men and women who knew Mark Dooher best to those whose fates are now entwined with. I have read many of the books in the Abe Glitsky series but this was an early book that I had somehow missed This brings Wes Ferrel not only into the picture but sets up the friendly alliance between Criminal Attorney and Police Officer Can a murder committed during the Vietnam War or conflict whichever you prefer and a lost platoon actually reach out of the past seducing a wealthy self made man Can it corrupt a man so powerful he even has the Arch Bishop of the San Francisco diocese in his pocket While the action twists and turns Abe Glitsky looks straight ahead following the past into the present A must read especially for those who feel entitled Mermaids you prefer and a lost platoon actually reach out of the past seducing a wealthy self made man Can it corrupt a man so powerful he even has the Arch Bishop of the San Francisco diocese in his pocket While the action twists and turns Abe Glitsky looks straight ahead following the past into the present A must read especially for those who feel entitled


10 thoughts on “Guilt author John Lescroart

  1. says:

    Having recently found and enjoyed Lescroart I was delighted to find this very fat one of his that I had not read If you're interested in trying him start with GUILT It is an excellent example of my favorite kind of novel In an organized well paced plot he fully develops than a handful of really interesting characters A powerful well respected San Franciso attorney is arrested for a particularly grizzly murder and is suspected by the homicide detective and his team of being responsible for other eually horrible murders But there is a camp of also credible people who know that it is impossible for him to have done anything even remotely like this This one is going to have to go on my best of the year list


  2. says:

    I must say that JL is such a talented writer Now as the reader we have expectations of our hero from the first Mark Dooher is introduced to us from the first he is the primary character and to be very frank I hated him On the surface he was a handsome talented he's got it all kind of guy Oh and he is a good Catholic boy to boot But when the camera lights and action hasn't been called yet Mark is a whole nother breed of slime His wife thinks that he might be suicidal his best friend another lawyer thinks that he may be having an affair But Abe Glitzky one of San Francisco finest thinks he has committed the murder of a fellow lawyer Abe has has been overruled and with no smoking gun or hot bayonet at the case may be he is forced to let it go Heck is barely getting by with suffering his own hell on earth tragedy He gets the call though that galvanizes his life Goldenboy Mark's wife has been murdered Now he has him right where he wants him But as he sits in court and watches his case fall apart and the devil looking at him from the defense table what can he do? You will have to read for yourself to see how it ends up The only small niggling thing was I think this was about 100 pages too long Other than that it was a very good taunt thriller I heart Glitzky


  3. says:

    I have read many of the books in the Abe Glitsky series but this was an early book that I had somehow missed This brings Wes Ferrel not only into the picture but sets up the friendly alliance between Criminal Attorney and Police Officer Can a murder committed during the Vietnam War or conflict whichever you prefer and a lost platoon actually reach out of the past seducing a wealthy self made man? Can it corrupt a man so powerful he even has the Arch Bishop of the San Francisco diocese in his pocket? While the action twists and turns Abe Glitsky looks straight ahead following the past into the present A must read especially for those who feel entitled


  4. says:

    A Wes Farrell Abe Glitsky focused storylineexcellent early character development for both as they begin as opponents emerge as allies against a psychopathic head of a major law firmwonderful procedural story twistsI love the use of San Francisco as if it too was a charactermuch like Paretsky Fairstein use their great cities


  5. says:

    Guilty pleasure does not get any guiltier than this The flow is pretty smooth here Lescroart sure knows how to write believable characters with clear motivations Plus his books are just so much fun to read A right amount of everything in them; eual part cynicism and hope


  6. says:

    Excellent read Abe Glitsky and Wes Farrell battle each other then team up Too bad I can't give it SIX stars 640 some pages that never lets up on the intrigue or suspense


  7. says:

    The main character is Mark Dooher a successful attorney that seems to have the golden touch to everything he touches Mark although he is married also has an eye for the ladies and is attracted to a beautiful young women about to be engaged to one Mark's young associates Mark manipulatesthings so that this young women is in close proximity to him and pursues her until he has her under his spell Mark's largest client is the Catholic Church and when it appears that he may lose his client Mark makes a fatal decision to make sure that doesn't happen Mark is the last person you would expect of murder but he is the prime suspect from the very beginning of Abe Glitsky If you have read other Abe Glitsky stories written by John Lescroart you will know that when Abe gets involved with a case he doesn't let go he is like a dog with a bone Wes Farrell a long time friend of Mark Dooher agrees to represent Mark when it appears Mark needs a lawyer In the end Mark finds nothing can stop his world from crumbling around him and his closest friend is one of the costs


  8. says:

    I read this some time ago it was my first read of a book by this author I enjoyed it


  9. says:

    Although I hadn't read #1 in the Abe Glitsky series I had no difficulties following Lescroart's complex network of characters While Glitsky figures prominently throughout the novel the key character is Mark Dooher a lawyer accused of a brutal murder Lescroart devotes a substantial part of the novel to an in depth character portrait of Dooher and his family and associates while giving rich insights into Abe Glitsky's professional and personal life The suspense builds evenly throughout the first half as the story's premise is thoroughly established then Lescroart's cat and mouse game of intricate details drives the action to its climax and resolution In a word the book is gripping interlacing suspicions with doubts and revelations stringing the reader along until the very last page


  10. says:

    Twists TurnsJohn Lescroart may not be a lawyer but his books are so well researched and written that this revelation boggles my mind Scott Turow and John Grisham have NOTHING on this author My only complaint slight as it may be is the sheer volume of his books takes some getting used to GREAT book thoughBuy it read it and enjoyπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ”₯πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ”₯πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ”₯πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ”₯πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ”₯


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