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The Prosecution Superstar Defense Attorney Joseph Antonelli Comes Out Of Retirement Not To Defend But To Prosecute His Job Will Be To Send A Deputy District Attorney To Death Row For A Murder For Hire But In A Torrid Case Of Violence, Adultery, And Betrayal, Lies Compound Lies And Finally One Murder Leads To Another Suddenly Antonelli Knows In This Case The Wheels Of Justice Are Warped By Money And Power.

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 336 pages
  • The Prosecution
  • D.W. Buffa
  • English
  • 22 January 2018
  • 0449006905

10 thoughts on “The Prosecution

  1. says:

    Good characters, good story telling, but why the first case Had nothing to do with anything.

  2. says:

    This book still leaves me slightly uncertain about what really happened and I m not sure if that s unsettling or really cool I like this whole Joseph Antonelli series, because Antonelli isn t a perfect protagonist instead he has a whole slew of personal failings that at first make you dislike him, but after you get to know him you realize that he is a product of the legal system and that is really the whole point A lawyer s job is to win cases This lawyer is as much a shark as any of th This book still leaves me slightly uncertain about what really happened and I m not sure if that s unsettling or really cool I like this whole Joseph Antonelli series, because Antonelli isn t a perfect protagonist instead he has a whole slew of personal failings that at first make you dislike him, but after you get to know him you realize that he is a product of the legal system and that is really the whole point A lawyer s job is to win cases This lawyer is as much a shark as any of them, but he has intermittent pangs of remorse or could it be regret about things he has to do The Prosecution is the second book in the series, where Antonelli a defense criminal defense lawyer has to play a prosecutor in a case that he only takes as a favor to a friend There are several strange plot twists that continually turn the tables and make yet another person seem the most reprehensible party, until you really are unsure who to p...

  3. says:

    In this follow up to The Defense, Joseph Anttonelli returns to the courtroom, this time, as a special prosecutor I actually read this one twice the first time, it was the only D.W Buffa book we had in the NLS collection, and I had no idea it was part of a series Sidenote for my fellow blind readers The rest of the series is available o audio this book is only available in braille.After leaving the practice of law at the end of The Defense, Joseph Antonelli has retreated to the home left In this follow up to The Defense, Joseph Anttonelli returns to the courtroom, this time, as a special prosecutor I actually read this one twice the first time, it was the only D.W Buffa book we had in the NLS collection, and I had no idea it was part of a series Sidenote for my fellow blind readers The rest of the series is available o audio this book is only available in braille.After leaving the practice of law at the en...

  4. says:

    Joseph Antonelli is coaxed out of retirement by a judge, an old friend, who has learned of a charge against the current chief deputy D.A that he had had his wife killed The confessed killer, offered the testimony that he had been hired to kill her in return for a reduced sentence.We ll forget details of the pl...

  5. says:

    This was another disappointment I actually enjoyed the first third of the book It is a legal thriller, and I found it quite satisfying enough pillorying of the rich to make me happy But Buffa wove together to separate trials, and this felt so forced and so abrupt too little time was spent on each He also didn t make the protagonist very likable or interesting, and none of the characters really stood out, except for one person who was brought down Unfortunate I won t be reading any other This was another disappointment I actually enjoyed the first third of the book It is a legal thriller, and I found it quite satisfying enough pillorying of the rich to make me happy But Buffa wove together to separate trials, and this felt so forced and so abrupt too little time was spent on each He also didn t mak...

  6. says:

    I finali I finali di Buffa da soli valgono le 5 stelle Come riesce a sovvertire le cose pi di una volta, come ti fa vedere le sottili sfaccettature dei personaggi E poi come ti spiega le sottigliezze anche...

  7. says:

    I read the book in Dutch De speciale aanklager.Twee sterren Dat heeft waarschijnlijk niet met de schrijfstijl van de auteur of het verhaal te maken maar meer met mij Ik houd niet zo van rechtbankthrillers, maar iemand liet hem voor mij achter en dus las ik hem Ik vond het te verwar...

  8. says:

    MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS.Knock out mystery with interesting emotional entanglements for the protagonist, defense Joseph Antonelli.He learns, way after the fact, that his able representation of a past client who...

  9. says:

    Duffa is in the same category with GrishamThis courtroom drama has so many twists and unexpected turns , just when you think you have something figured out, there is a new twist and turn in the story This keeps happening until alm...

  10. says:

    Good Continuing character Joe Antonelli former defense attorney turns special prosecutor to go after DA charged with killing his wife.

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