Free eBook The Suspect download

by David Colacci,John Lescroart

Free eBook The Suspect download ISBN: 1423328582
Author: David Colacci,John Lescroart
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (December 28, 2007)
Language: English
Category: Unexplained Phenomenons
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense
Size MP3: 1353 mb
Size FLAC: 1349 mb
Rating: 4.7
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John Lescroart (/lɛsˈkwɑː/; born January 14, 1948) is a New York Times bestselling author known for his series of legal and crime thriller novels featuring the characters Dismas Hardy, Abe Glitsky, and Wyatt Hunt

John Lescroart (/lɛsˈkwɑː/; born January 14, 1948) is a New York Times bestselling author known for his series of legal and crime thriller novels featuring the characters Dismas Hardy, Abe Glitsky, and Wyatt Hunt.

Written by John Lescroart. Narrated by David Colacci. Racing to a stunning conclusion as Gina uncovers disturbing answers, John Lescroart spins a chilling story of secrets, love, and lies. When Dr. Caryn Dryden is found floating dead in her hot tub, homicide inspector Devin Juhle targets a suspect close to home: her husband, Stuart Gorman. After all, Stuart recently asked for a divorc. nd he stands to gain millions in insurance. His alibi-that he was at his cabin on Echo Lake that weekend-doesn't keep him out of hot water. Read on the Scribd mobile app. Download the free Scribd mobile app to read anytime, anywhere.

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John Lescroart (Author), David Colacci (Reader). John Lescroart beats others like Grisham by a mile.

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Narrated by David Colacci. Caryn Dryden is found floating dead in her hot tub, homicide inspector Devin Juhle targets a suspect close to home: her husba.

Within twenty-four hours, Rick Jessup is dead, Moses McGuire is the prime suspect in the investigation, and Dismas Hardy has been hired to defend his old friend.

Auguste Lupa, reputed son of the greatest detective of all time-and possessor of a brilliant deductive mind in his own right-is summoned to the court of the Czar. Within twenty-four hours, Rick Jessup is dead, Moses McGuire is the prime suspect in the investigation, and Dismas Hardy has been hired to defend his old friend. Making things even more complicated, this case threatens to bring to light old secrets that could destroy the careers of Hardy and police lieutenant Abe Glitsky.

Written By: John Lescroart. Narrated By: David Colacci. Looking forward to more books by this author. has successfully been added to your shopping cart. Publisher: Brilliance Audio. Duration: 11 hours 55 minutes. Summary: When Dr. Donec in tortor in lectus iaculis vulputate. This title is due for release on January 16, 2007.

Reader David Colacci clearly captures Gorman's anger and disbelief as the case builds against him. He effectively articulates Roake's exasperation with her client's refusal to accept his perilous situation. Although there are several holes in the plot, Colacci carries the day with his smooth presentation.

Written by John Lescroart, Audiobook narrated by David Colacci. The Rule of Law. A Dismas Hardy Novel, Book 18. By: John Lescroart. Narrated by: Jacques Roy. Length: 9 hrs and 32 mins.

When Dr. Caryn Dryden is found floating dead in her hot tub, homicide inspector Devin Juhle targets a suspect close to home: her husband, Stuart Gorman. After all, Stuart recently asked for a divorce…and he stands to gain millions in insurance. His alibi—that he was at his cabin on Echo Lake that weekend—doesn’t keep him out of hot water. But maybe a shrewd attorney will.

Gina Roake, a partner in Dismas Hardy’s firm, is eager to take on such a high-profile case, especially when the client’s innocence seems so easy to prove. Yet the more time she spends with Stuart, the more complicated her feelings become; she feels strangely drawn to him at first, then has to confront the possibility of a dark history lurking in his past. Desperate to know the truth, Gina calls in Wyatt Hunt to investigate. Before the facts are in, her client is on the lam; he’s already been tried in the press, and so he’s certain the courtroom won’t bring him any mercy either. Racing to a stunning conclusion as Gina uncovers disturbing answers, John Lescroart spins a chilling story of secrets, love, and lies.

User reviews
Gavirus
After seeing a tweet from Stephen King praising Robotham’s Close Your Eyes, I decided to check out this author. Since Robotham writes a series about the character Joseph O’Loughlin I wanted to start with the first book.

The Suspect is a good read, fast paced, and although predictable, it is a good suspense novel. The protagonist, O’Loughlin, is a psychologist who suffers from Parkinson’s disease. This makes for an interesting and unusual story line.

Robotham’s style is humorous, complex, informative, but at times suffers from over writing. A better editor would have cleaned out some of the unnecessary passages, making this a tighter read. The ending stretches the boundaries of believability but with a twist that satisfies the reader.

I will be reading the rest in this series and hopefully will find one that, like Stephen King, “I can’t put down.”

This first one gets three stars.
terostr
I am a police psychologist and author of the Dot Meyerhoff series. Always on the lookout for other books featuring (or written by) psychologists, I stumbled across Michael Robotham and his protagonist, Dr. Joseph O'Loughlin). What a find! The Suspect, first in the series, is a good, solid read. Dr. O'Loughlin is struggling to accept a recent diagnosis of Parkinson's Disease at the same time he is dealing with Bobby, the patient from hell. Worried that Bobby may have murdered someone O'Loughlin knows, the psychologist tries to piece together what happened to the dead woman, only to find himself the main suspect. His personal and professional lives disintegrate as fast as his health as he plunges into a desperate race to save both. If you like psychological suspense, you'll love this book.
Yojin
Joseph O'Loughlin - a psychologist is someone who has it all--a thriving practice, and a beautiful family. He's diagnosed with Parkinson's, and cant seem to get his head around his disease.

He is then called into a high-profile murder investigation, but recognizes the victim as one of his former patients, an emotionally disturbed young woman. O'Loughlin hesitates-and is soon placed at the top of the lists of both a killer and a victim. It is not until the very end does he manage to straighten out his life and the affects this whole case had upon him..good book, slow reading but an interesting story nonetheless.
Bukelv
Having just finished The Secrets She Keeps (which is amazing), I expected this to be just as good. Not even close. After a meandering 8 chapters that seem to have no point, I gave up - it truly went nowhere in terms of a hook or linear storyline. Couldn't even force myself to finish it - deleted it after suffering through chapter 8. Terrible.
LONUDOG
I have been working my way through Michael Robotham's books, but I wish I had started with this one!
It really explains how Professor Joseph O'loughlin and Detective Vincent Ruiz met and the start of their association. It also explains the start of Joe O'loughlin' s Parkinson Disease , and I leant a great deal about this illness. As in all his books, Michael weaves a tale that is a page turner. I really enjoyed this book, as I have all his others, I'm a number one fan.
This book reminds us that there are a lot of disturbed people out there! but there is always help at hand. Sometimes all is not as it seems! My heart beat went up quite a few times as I imagined myself in this situation , frightening.
As usual I had many late nights reading this novel. I never like to read too much of the story in a review , so I'm not telling you all about the plot, so just do yourself a favour and buy this book. Or better still, ask the family to buy you some of his excellent stories ( preferably in order) for a Christmas gift that will have you happily addicted over the Christmas holidays.
Goldenfang
Heard about this writer via KQED's Forum, a *Great* talk show in the Bay Area. Always on the lookout for well written suspense/crime/mystery genres. I think this was the first book of his that I read. ( read it last year...). At any rate, I've read at least two more in his oeuvre & ordered up another. Don't know how it happened but have found myself addicted to the mystery/crime/thriller & zombie genres. The latter only in film. I can only read so much "Literature." ( There is so much acute snobbery about reading anything that hasn't been granted the title, "Literature." Life is short, read what you want for peetsake!)
So if you want to curl up and escape and possibly be kept up all night into the next day I suggest giving Mr. Robotham a try. Let's just say, he's kind of a "flow" read. You put off going to the loo just to keep reading.
salivan
I discovered the Joseph O'Loughlin series when I received a daily e-mail regarding bargain Kindle books. It was for the fourth book by Michael Robotham, Shatter. I have now gone back and read the first book, Suspect; the second book, Lost, the third book (which really isn't about Joe), The Night Freight. All were good books because this author is a fantastic writer. He has a style of writing that holds your interest throughout all of his books. My only suggestion, is that folks might want to read his earlier books. While the books can stand alone, I am recommending to all my friends that they read them in order (maybe skipping The Night Ferry) because once you read one of his books, I think you may just fall in love with his style of writing, like I did. To date, there are 7 books. I have not read the sixth book, The Wreckage, yet (because it isn't about Joe either), but I have read his latest,Say You're Sorry. I truly enjoyed all six books. and am looking forward to reading more of his books in this series.
What's wrong with this writer? What decade is he living in? Can't he write a book without constantly referring to women's breasts? Their bodies? Constant judging and appraising? Both tedious and damaging to the quality of his writing, which is good overall. Interesting plot and engaging story. A pity. I read a small section of one of his later books, a sample of which is included at the end of the book and he refers to a jogger's buttocks in lycra and how he feels like following her. Ok, that's it I'm done with this guy.