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Juror #3
Juror 3
Author: James Patterson
Instant #1 New York Times bestseller! — A young attorney tries her first case . . . and it's Murder One in a legal thriller from the world's #1 bestselling writer. — Ruby Bozarth, a newcomer to Rosedale, Mississippi, is also fresh to the Mississippi Bar--and to the docket of Circuit Judge Baylor, who taps Ruby as defense counsel in a racially char...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9781538713792
ISBN-10: 1538713799
Publication Date: 8/27/2019
Pages: 412
  • Currently 4.3/5 Stars.

4.3 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Vision
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
Other Versions: Hardcover, Audio CD
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bobinprovincetown avatar reviewed Juror #3 on + 14 more book reviews
less polished and less compelling than the usual James Patterson book
reviewed Juror #3 on + 51 more book reviews
SPOILER** How does this attorney not see the things that she tells us are going on as issues? Show up alone at a crappy neighborhood to meet a clients sleezy friend, who you just learned might have revenge on his mind? How did she not figure this out right away? This was probably the worst book with the Patterson name on it that I have read. I kept waiting for part 1 to tie into part 2 which never did. I like to think that Mr. Patterson only put his name on this and did not actually have anything to do with the story line. Shorty, the love interest, Suzanne the new partner, the guy with the scar. Every character was glossed over with no real substance. I think Shorty...I always felt like some shoe was going to fall and when it didn't I realized I was terribly distracted by his character. Whenever Mr. Patterson writes with someone else I end up loving their books. I am not sure I will bother with this. The Patterson machine broke down on this one. Sorry.
Tunerlady avatar reviewed Juror #3 on + 581 more book reviews
This book was a little disappointing. It was in two parts that allegedly were connected, but they were not. First half was good but the 2nd half was slow and made little sense.