Friday, November 8, 2013

The Mayor of Lexington Avenue by James Sheehan

Jack Tobin is a trial lawyer with a searing-hot reputation in Miami, far removed from his scrappy youth on the streets of New York.

But when a young man, Rudy, is railroaded into a murder conviction in the tiny Florida backwater of Bass Creek, Tobin resolves to pay back a debt to his best friend, the boy who once dubbed him 'the Mayor of Lexington Avenue'.

Heartbreak, tragedy, courtroom drama and the hope of redemption play out in this utterly page-turning, thought-provoking legal thriller

My Thoughts:
This was a little too much for me. I am did not like the violence. I was not able to finish it. I know for some they can stomach the crime thrillers like this, but it just wasn't for me. Within the first chapter there was just a lot of evil, sin and violence. I didn't progress past that.


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