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eBook Raising Cain ePub

by Gallatin Warfield

  • ISBN: 074724507X
  • Category: Genre Fiction
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Gallatin Warfield
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Feature; New Ed edition (1996)
  • Pages: 504
  • ePub book: 1364 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1334 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
  • Votes: 338

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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. His father's death on a deserted road is regarded as a natural passing, but Sergeant Joe Brown suspects foul play. He has his suspicions.

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Lieutenant Harvis had just phoned him to say that Brownie was on the premises, so Gardner rushed right over to pay his respects. Brownie stood up behind his desk when he heard the door open. Brownie, I’m so sorry. Gardner grabbed his friend’s arm. Gar. .Brownie touched his hand. No. It’s under control. Gardner remembered the chaos of arrangements when his own father died six years ago. The details were hell. Brownie leaned against the desk. You shouldn’t be here, Gardner said. You should be on leave.

I wish this author would write more books! These would make great movies. The author guides thru a compelling and suspenseful story

His father's death on a deserted road is regarded as a natural passing, but Sergeant Joe Brown suspects foul play. I wish this author would write more books! These would make great movies. The author guides thru a compelling and suspenseful story. You never know how his plots will end which really keeps you turning the pages to find out. If you like legal thrillers I would highly recommend all of this authors books. Battle of wits: characters and critics. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 9 years ago.

His father's death on a deserted road is regarded as a natural passing, but Sergeant Joe Brown suspects foul play

The sole witness to an elderly couple's murder is an eight-year-old boy, struck dumb by the trauma, and courtroom revelations place his life in jeopardy as well. By the author of State v. Justice. He has his suspicions, and when his prime suspect is suddenly found dead too, he is charged with the murder.

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More Mystery Thriller . More by gallatin warfield. SILENT SON. by Gallatin Warfield.

Toggle navigationMENU. A Time to Kill knockoff with more mystification than Warfield usually vouchsafes his fans, but with every trace of moral complexity neatly ironed out. (Author tour). More Mystery Thriller .

Estado Versus Justicia.

Comments

Berenn Berenn
Having read State v. Justice and Silent Son long ago but only in the past few months managed to find Raising Cain, I wish that Gallatin Warfield were more prolific. His novels enthrall me. Whatever the plot, Warfield invariably pits two seasoned warriors against each other in a courtroom where right eventually prevails.

The warriors, Gardner Lawson (the prosecutor in State v. Justice and Silent Son) and Kent King (the defense attorney in those books), switch roles in Raising Cain, thus providing a particular character development that enhances the drama of the case at hand. Yes, I easily cheer for Lawson, but Warfield's depiction of his opponent found me at one time slamming the book shut and throwing it on the floor, exclaiming, "Damn you, King!"

Now that's involvement.

Reading over 100 books a year, I'm a devourer--not a critic. Nonetheless, I don't understand the negative comments included in the reviews appearing above in Publishers Weekly and Library Journal. Nothing in Raising Cain would I consider "utilitarian," "shallow," "lackluster," "disappointing," or "stilted." To the contrary, I find this book and Warfield's other two works to be exciting explorations into the psyches of both the criminal and legal minds operating in plots that stagger the imagination.

Am I overdoing my admiration for Gallatin Warfield? Tough. Someone's got to answer to the two people sharing the name of A Customer who gave both Raising Cain and Silent Son a single star.
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I wish this author would write more books! These would make great movies. The author guides thru a compelling and suspenseful story. You never know how his plots will end which really keeps you turning the pages to find out. If you like legal thrillers I would highly recommend all of this authors books.