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by Ron Liebman

Free eBook Jersey Law: A Novel download ISBN: 1416569774
Author: Ron Liebman
Publisher: Simon & Schuster (June 14, 2011)
Language: English
Pages: 272
Category: Imaginative Literature
Subcategory: Humor and Satire
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Rating: 4.8
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The narrative of Jersey Law is seemingly very realistic, transporting us to a life and a place that we might just as soon avoid, but can't take our eyes or ears off it when a good story grabs us, like this one. The rhythm of the book takes hold and you ride it with a smile and more than a few "oohs. I thoroughly enjoyed it, and it is a wonderful sequel to the author's other entry, Death by Rodrigo, which was a great read as well.

Ron Liebman's Author Page. Waking up in New Jersey, hitting the road with my new novel "Jersey Law". I think I should have put "blues drummer" first on my info page. Scott said: good stuffjust waiting for the interview responses nowearlier i wrotestarted this today. Missing some blues jams in DC, but like the former Gov said: "I'll be back". Ron Liebman's Author Page added a new photo to the album Book Covers. 14 June 2011 ·. Jersey Law: A Novel June 14, 2011.

-Tom Nolan, Wall Street Journal. Big Law will keep you interested until the end.

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Ron Liebman spent two decades at the Washington, . office of one of America's top law firms. He specialized in litigation, both domestic and international. He is the author of Death by Rodrigo, Grand Jury and Shark Tales. He is married to the artist Simma Liebman

Ron Liebman spent two decades at the Washington, . He is married to the artist Simma Liebman. Their two daughters live and work in New York.

There are no doubt more qualified lawyers around here. Most probably across the river in Philadelphia. A funny, fast-paced legal thriller about the seamy side of criminal law by one of the foremost attorneys in America.

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Big Law has it all. A locomotive drive, a fantastic, appealing, big-hearted narrative voice, and an inside and very entertaining look at the intersection of big law and big business. Smart and truly unputdownable. As a young partner at Dunn & Sullivan, one of New York's most prestigious law firms, Carney Blake has represented dozens of high-profile clients. But being a pawn of Big Law often means defending the corporate dirt bags of the world-the spillers, the drillers, and the killers.

Ron Leibman (October 11, 1937 – December 6, 2019) was an American actor. He won both the Tony Award for Best Actor in a Play and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actor in a Play in 1993 for his performance as Roy Cohn in Angels in America.

“There are no doubt more qualified lawyers around here. Most probably across the river in Philadelphia. But know what? Me and Mickie have got them scratching their heads. They’re thinking, How come those two guys keep winning their cases?” —from chapter two of JERSEY LAW NOT SINCE THE SOPRANOS HAS THE UNDERBELLY OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY BEEN BROUGHT SO VIVIDLY TO LIFE. Meet Mickie and Junne. That’s Mickie Mezzonatti and Salvatore “Junne” Salerno of Camden, New Jersey, a lovable pair of cops-turned-attorneys who defend and corral New Jersey’s worst of the worst. Set in the streets and courtrooms of Camden, JERSEY LAW is the story of Junne and Mickie’s attempts to spring longtime client Slippery Williams, a charismatic drug lord who rules the local underworld, from jail. Junne and Mickie owe Slippery big time. He once saved their lives—literally—after a previous client tried to have our heroes murdered. But this case turns out to be much more complicated and far more perilous than Junne and Mickie imagined, and, once again, they’ll be lucky if they survive to hear the verdict. Dark, witty, and fast, JERSEY LAW is a juicy, cinematic thriller that will enthrall readers through the very last page.
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Ceroelyu
i have been looking for this book ever since i finished the first one he wrote. the great thing about it was i got this one for $10 and some change delivered. the book was used, but looked new and unread. i can't wait to finish it to read the other book he has out.
elegant stranger
The narrative of Jersey Law is seemingly very realistic, transporting us to a life and a place that we might just as soon avoid, but can't take our eyes or ears off it when a good story grabs us, like this one. The rhythm of the book takes hold and you ride it with a smile and more than a few "oohs." I thoroughly enjoyed it, and it is a wonderful sequel to the author's other entry, Death by Rodrigo, which was a great read as well.
Kage
It starts off with a bang and ends with a poof. This story was way too predictable for my liking. Its just okay. Rent it.
Jeyn
An author who both understands the law and knows how to write -- a lot of fun with characters who become real personalities. His best book yet.
Thetalen
i loved the first book. this book is also great but i loved death by rodrigo more. but no complaints- hoping for more in the future.
Hra
Great fun. Very enjoyable.
Nidora
OK...so this ain't what you expected. I mean. How many authors write a book the way most people talk? Especially people from Jersey. Not that I'm dishin' people from Jersey, but all these short sentences and periods where you don't expect 'em could give you apoplexy or somethin.

But hey, what do I know? This book ain't about what I like. It's about two former east coast cops who go to night school and get law degrees to practice in Jersey. They're both Italian and both street smarts in lots of ways. Just because one is gay... but wait a minute, that ain't got nothin to do with this story so why bring it up?

Anyways, Mickie and Junne (that's our boys) are just tryin to do their business of keepin' street hustler Slippery Williams out of jail when a series of events leads 'em smack into a bigger fed case that they know nothin about involving Slippery and their low-life landlord and lower-life attorney Arty Bernstein. Mickie and Junne (otherwise known as Michael Messonatti and Salvatore Salerno for those of yous literates) have to rely on their street smarts to stay out of jail, or maybe the Hudson River, and all the while deal with their Italian families and personal issues.

Tell you what. If you want to be entertained with a story that'll make the corners of your mouth curl, get it. It ain't bad.
Some good dialogue, interesting writing style and the premise for the story is OK.

I grew up and live 5 miles from where the story takes place and that is where my endorsement ends. When the author called a cheese steak a steak and cheese, I almost stopped reading. Definitely don't buy this book if you think it will have a South Jersey/Philly vibe