Grudge Match

Grudge Match

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Questioning himself and the legal system when DNA evidence clears a police officer of a crime for which he was imprisoned eight years earlier, San Antonio district attorney Chris Sinclair wonders who is telling the truth after two additional murders occur, a case that is complicated by doctor-patient confidentiality restrictions. Reprint.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 371 pages
  • 101.6 x 170.18 x 30.48mm | 226.8g
  • Tor Books
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Reprint
  • 0765347873
  • 9780765347879

Review quote

"I read �it� the minute I received it. I really, really enjoyed it. The Greerdon character was wonderful--layered and complex." -- Barbara D'Amato, author of Death of a Thousand Cuts "A roller coaster ride of a plot with twists and gasps right up to the last page."
--Mary Willis Walker, author of The Red Scream "He nails the jobs and life on the head while at the same time spinning a compelling story."
--Susan D. Reed, Bexar County Criminal District Attorney "I read [it] the minute I received it. I really, really enjoyed it. The Greerdon character was wonderful--layered and complex."
--Barbara D'Amato, author of Death of a Thousand Cuts "An undersung hero of courtroom drama returns with an admirably complex novel about bitter betrayal and sweet revenge. Laboring long under the shadows of Grisham and Turow, Brandon has yet to earn the recognition he deserves. But his 13th case--featuring multifaceted characters caught in page-turning dilemmas--just might be lucky."
--"Kirkus Reviews" on "Grudge Match"
"Brandon is among the best in the legal thriller business at catching the real atmosphere of a trial-that combination of tedium and terror that makes the courtroom such a popular literary arena. His latest book about San Antonio district attorney Chris Sinclair has an absolute aura of authenticity."
--" Publishers Weekly" on "Grudge Match"
"I read "Grudge Match" the minute I received it. I really, really enjoyed it. The Greerdon character was wonderful--layered and complex. And I've always liked Chris Sinclair. Thanks for writing it!"
--Barbara D'Amato, author of "Death of a Thousand Cuts"
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"Having held two of the Bexar County offices Jay Brandon writes about, District Judge and District Attorney, I can say he nails the jobs and life on the head while at the same time spinning a compelling story. I enjoyed the book tremendously."
--Susan D. Reed, Bexar County Criminal District Attorney, on "Grudge Match"
"A roller coaster ride of a plot with twists and gasps right up to the last page."
--Mary Willis Walker, Edgar, Hammett, and Macavity winner, author of "The Red Scream," on "Grudge Match"
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"Brandon does courtroom drama as well as John Grisham or Scott Turow. And he does love stories better."
--"Philadelphia"" Inquirer" on "Defiance County"
"Brandon writes with verve and authority. He knows the law. And he knows how to grab the reader and keep those pages turning"
--"The ""Houston"" Chronicle" on "Executive Privilege"
"I've long been persuaded that Jay Brandon is the finest writer of legal thrillers in the country."
--Jeremi "Brandon is among the best in the legal thriller business at catching the real atmosphere of a trial."
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About Jay Brandon

Jay Brandon is the author of more than a dozen novels. "Grudge Match" is his fourth novel featuring District Attorney Chris Sinclair and child psychologist Anne Greenwald. An Edgar Award finalist for "Fade the Heat," Brandon, a former district attorney, has been a lawyer for a number of years, and lives in San Antonio, Texas.
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Rating details

42 ratings
3.59 out of 5 stars
5 19% (8)
4 38% (16)
3 33% (14)
2 2% (1)
1 7% (3)
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