Juror #3

Juror #3

Book - 2018
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Struggling young attorney Ruby Bozarth has landed the murder case of a lifetime. Her gut says he's innocent, but only a jury can decide. And this jury has a secret.
Publisher: New York : Little Brown & Company, ©2018.
ISBN: 9781538760772
Characteristics: 331 pages ;,25 cm.
Additional Contributors: Allen, Nancy (Lawyer),- Author
Alternative Title: Juror number three


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Dec 30, 2018

This book had a feel of 2 books rather than 1 but with a few same characters...Ruby is fresh out of law school and winds up with two high profile cases....both cases have issues with juror
# 3.....uncomplicated, easy quick read and fun but not exactly deep

Nov 20, 2018

I wasn't sure I was even going to finish this book 30 pages in. But i stuck with it and the story was certainly entertaining. Middle of the road stuff though for a Patterson book. This may be his first go co-authoring with Karen Allen. If so, they'll get it together. Lots of potential there. Two separate murder stories with little to connect them in one book didn't play out as well as it could.

Nov 19, 2018

I normally like James Patterson's novels but this one was weak--in plot, in character development, in everything. It wasn't worth my time.

Nov 18, 2018

Very enjoyable - easy to keep on reading.

Nov 04, 2018

James Paterson's 'Juror # 3' is a legal thriller which does not disappoint. It is an easy read which tells the story of two of Ruby Bozarth's murder cases. Ruby is a fresh lawyer in the Mississippi Bar and feels she may be in over her heels; but some timely help from Suzanne Greene, her erstwhile boyfriend Les Greene's aunt, she comes out with flying colors. May not happen in true life but you can bask in the good will feeling that this book leaves you with.

Nov 04, 2018

Enjoyed this book it was different from most Patterson books.

Nov 01, 2018

Pleasantly surprised! Have found most of James Paterson's books a little stale lately - this is fresh and new - I enjoyed the 2 stories and look forward to more from this character.

Oct 29, 2018

I liked Ruby and would read another book about her and Suzanne Greene, even though Suzanne was an awful lot like Kathy Bates' titular character in the late, lamented, TV series Harry's Law.

OPL_KrisC Oct 10, 2018

A suspenseful coming of age story for a new lawyer. I found the main character (Ruby) a tad annoying and feel that this is not James Patterson's strongest book.

Sep 29, 2018

Two good story lines with great character development. The main character is likeable and driven in a naive and sincere way. I hope these two authors combine for a follow up book on this character.

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