The Lawyer's Lawyer
A Jack Tobin Legal Thriller by James Sheehan
Review: Jack Tobin was known as a lawyer's lawyer, the man an attorney would hire to represent them in court. He was good at his job and amassed a small fortune from his Miami-based practice. Now retired, he lives in the small fishing town of Bass Creek, Florida and volunteers for an organization that investigates cases of individuals, who may have been wrongly convicted. One such man is now his investigator, Henry, who spent seventeen years on death row for a crime he did not commit before being freed. Now Tobin is being asked to look into the case of another death row inmate, accused — but never convicted — of serial murder but serving time for two unrelated murders. Tobin comes to believe he may have been set up and begins his defense in The Lawyer's Lawyer, the third legal thriller in this series by James Sheehan.
Special thanks to guest reviewer Betty of The Betz Review for contributing her review of The Lawyer's Lawyer.
Acknowledgment: Susan Schwartzman Public Relations provided a copy of The Lawyer's Lawyer for this review.
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Location(s) referenced in The Lawyer's Lawyer: Florida
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The Lawyer's Lawyer by James Sheehan — A Jack Tobin Legal Thriller
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