Mar 28, 2014cameralover53 rated this title 5 out of 5 stars
This is the third book in Buffa's Joseph Antonelli series. I didn't think it would be better than the first two, but it is. I couldn't put it down. I love the courtroom scenes, Antonelli draws the jury in, is so quick witted and such a great strategist as well as a superb judge of people. His character demonstrates the ability to use psychology during a legal argument and excels in the art of persuasion. Some of the social issues he covers in this book: homelessness, corruption, mental illness, the idea of what exactly is "normal" and more. It's another must read for D.W. Buffa fans. Excellent book!