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Book Review: The Last Plea Bargain

The Last Plea Bargain typepadRandy Singer 

Publisher:  Tyndale House Publishers 

Pages: 400 

List Price: $13.99 

Pub Date:  03/01/2012 

ISBN:  9781414333212 


Famous attorney, Caleb Tate, defended the man who Jamie Brock believes killed her mother. When his wife dies of poisoning, district attorney, Jamie, wants to see the attorney strung up for murder—and tells him so. He repeats his version of her threat to reporters. Meanwhile Mace James, law professor and only practicing lawyer in the school who spent time in prison, works hard to save supposed killer Antoine Marshall from execution. 

The Last Plea Bargain is a good mystery: more procedural than action packed. If you like realistic details and unexpected twists, you will enjoy this. I did not expect the outcome. Though fiction, this book makes you think about plea bargaining and the death penalty.


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