The Case of the Unsympathetic Client - A Legal Thriller: A Robin Starling Courtroom Mystery (Robin Starling Legal Thriller Series) Michael Monhollon

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Published: January 18th 2015

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The Case of the Unsympathetic Client - A Legal Thriller: A Robin Starling Courtroom Mystery (Robin Starling Legal Thriller Series)  by  Michael Monhollon

The Case of the Unsympathetic Client - A Legal Thriller: A Robin Starling Courtroom Mystery (Robin Starling Legal Thriller Series) by Michael Monhollon
January 18th 2015 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, RTF | 79 pages | ISBN: | 7.63 Mb

The Case of the Unsympathetic ClientA Novella in the Robin Starling Series of Legal Thrillers (Volume 4.5)Cast of CharactersThe boyfriendPaul was shorter than I was and more squarely built. Okay, he was chubby, a teddy bear of a man who I thinkMoreThe Case of the Unsympathetic ClientA Novella in the Robin Starling Series of Legal Thrillers (Volume 4.5)Cast of CharactersThe boyfriendPaul was shorter than I was and more squarely built.

Okay, he was chubby, a teddy bear of a man who I think would have been content to have me drag him around by one arm everywhere I went.The best friendBrooke Marshall, a pretty redhead who had the office next to mine, was probably my best friend, at least if you don’t count Paul, and I was still working on where he fit in.The judgeCircuit Judge Benjamin Cooley, an elderly old coot who’d been on the bench since the Carter administration, rarely got anybody’s name right, especially the names of the lawyers who appeared before him.The prosecutorIan Maxwell, one of the assistant D.A.’s in the felony division, was probably younger than I was, maybe still in his twenties.

His round-lensed glasses did little to age him, and his scalp showed pink through his close-cropped blond hair.The clientBob Shorter was wearing rumpled chinos and a light jacket over a polo shirt. His clothing, combined with his yellow teeth, oily hair, and prominent hooked nose, made him look like Lucifer’s indigent second cousin. He bared his nicotine-stained teeth at the jury.Me, Robin StarlingI tend to say what I think, though sometimes it gets me into trouble.“What were you thinking?” a lawyer friend asked me at a key point in the trial. “I don’t do a lot of trial work, but I have to say, I don’t get it.”“It’s a strategic retreat,” Brooke said.

“She’s maneuvering the prosecutor to just where she wants him.”“Really? There’s a plan?” He looked at me.I exhaled. “Not really. I got caught up in the moment.”“Mike’s worried,” Paul said. “He thinks you can lose your law license over this.”The court caseJust the kind of mess you get into when a $30,000 fee causes you to take on a client you think is the devil…The Case of the Unsympathetic Clientis a 21,000 word novella rather than a full-blown novel, but it can provide a quick Robin-Starling fix until the next legal thriller in the Robin Starling series of courtroom mysteries comes out in late 2015.

In terms of the character arc, it is volume 4.5 in the series.Michael Monhollon is the author of the series of courtroom thrillers featuring the intrepid Robin Starling:Trial by Ambush, Robins first criminal case, is a courtroom drama that has her defending the boyfriend she caught cheating on her with the murder victim on the very night of the murder.Juggling Evidence, Robins second foray onto the criminal docket, puts her in the cross-hairs of a short, pompous district attorney named, incongruously, Mr.

Biggs.InDog Law, the third lawyer thriller in the series, Robin survives with an assist from her new pup and her overweight boyfriend.InLaughing Heirs, book 4 in the series of courtroom mysteries, the line between accidental death and first-degree murder proves to be razor thin.



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