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Fast, furious and thoroughly enjoyable, The Last Witness is classic and classy ir for our time, filled with great characters and sharp, stylish writing. -Jeffery Deaver, author of The Vanished Man and The Stone Monkey The Last Witness is an old fashioned, '40s, tough guy detective story set in modern times. There's a lot of action, loads of suspects, and plenty of snappy dialogue. It's a fun read from beginning to end. -Phillip Margolin, author of The Associate and Wild Justice Lou Mason is back and this time it's personal when his surrogate father, Homicide Detective Harry Ryman, arrests his best friend, Wilson Blues Bluestone, Jr., for murder. Mason unearths secrets someone will do anything to keep as he closes in on a desperate killer, setting himself up as the next target. Joel Goldman has written ather fast-paced legal thriller. Find a comfortable chair and plan to stay up late. -Sheldon Siegel, Author of The Special Circumstances and Criminal Intent The Last Witness is a legal thriller written the way criminal law should be practiced: from the gut...one of the premier crime vels of the year. -Jeremiah Healy, author of Turnabout and Spiral If you'd like a thriller that's also recommended by Michael Connelly and Lee Child, grab The Last Witness! And don't miss the first book in this series, Motion To Kill!
I'm in my fifth decade as a fourth generation Kansas Citian. I spent twenty-eight years as a trial lawyer and plan to spend at least as many as a writer. I started writing when one of my law partners complained about another and I suggested we write a murder mystery, kill the SOB off in the first chapter and spend the rest of the book figuring out who did it. So I did. Read the rest of the story on my website at www.joelgoldman.com.