The Majority Rules

The Majority Rules

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Judge Tim Quinn finds himself in the middle of a string of murders that cover up a murderous conspiracy to fix cases on the US Court of Appeals. Complicating Quinn's attempts to uncover the conspirators is his complex relationship with Chief Judge Harry Winston, the urbane southern gentleman who helped Tim's relationship with Vicky Hauser, the federal prosecutor whose aid he must enlist to infiltrate the scheme. Their sexual tryst comes back to threaten Tim's marriage and his life in the novel's gripping and deadly more

Product details

  • Hardback | 432 pages
  • 147.32 x 213.36 x 33.02mm | 498.95g
  • St Martin's Press
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • 0765311410
  • 9780765311412

About Eugene Sullivan

Eugene Sullivan was nominated as a Federal Judge by President Reagan and spent the next 16 years as a judge in Federal court. He currently heads a judicial consulting firm outside of Washington, D.C.; its members including former Federal judges Louis Freeh, William Sessions and Ken Starr. Judge Sullivan has served as a White House lawyer for President Nixon during the Watergate investigation, General Counsel for the US Air Force, and General Counsel for the NRO, the super-secret spy agency featured in the movie, "Enemy of the State." He is a graduate of West Point and a Vietnam Veteran. Judge Sullivan is currently at work on several other novels featuring Tim more

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"Judge Sullivan delivers a fast-paced, clever thriller set in Legal Washington. His insight and believable characters pull back the curtain of secrecy on the inner workings of courts and should shake the foundation of the justice system."show more

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41 ratings
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4 17% (7)
3 59% (24)
2 12% (5)
1 5% (2)
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