Death's Witness

Death's Witness

Book - 2006
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When defense attorney and former Heisman Trophy-winner Tom Perini is found murdered in Central Park, his grieving wife, Julie, uncovers his connection to a secret underworld, and appeals to Tom's former partner and friend, Vincent Sorrentino, for help.

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"Only a veteran trial lawyer could write a thriller like this! The plot twists and turns are incredible!" -CNN and Court TV's Nancy Grace
"This well-crafted legal thriller has the feel of the real, because it was written by a first-rate lawyer who is also a very good writer." -Alan Dershowitz, author of Preemption: The Knife That Cuts Both Ways

Paul Batista, one of the country's foremost defense lawyers, has written the ultimate legal thriller with murder in its heart. When Tom Perini, a legendary Heisman Trophy winner turned criminal lawyer, is found brutally murdered in Central Park, his widow Julie not only must unravel the mysteries of her husband's secret double life, but survive long enough to discover the truth. A thriller and courtroom drama of corruption and greed so authentic it reads like tomorrow's headlines.

"A spectacular new addition to the legal thriller genre. Fast, smart and exciting, with richly drawn characters and a race-horse pace. Death's Witness is definitely a winner!"
-Jack Ford, anchor, Good Morning America

"A great read!"
-Fred Graham, anchor on Court TV and former CBS news correspondent

Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Landmark, c2006
ISBN: 9781402206658
Branch Call Number: FICTION BATISTA
Characteristics: 312 p.


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