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Perfect Alibi

by Sheldon Siegel

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This book didn't get great reviews but it's a typical Sheldon Siegel, Mike Daley mystery. The characters are typical, the aaction is typical, the result is typical and so, being a Sheldon Siegel fan, I enjoyed the book.

Grace's (Mike and Rosie's daughter) boyfriend, Bobby Fairchild, is accused of murdering his father, a judge. His parents are in the midst of an acrimonious divorce. They're each cheating on the other. The Judge apparently likes to partake of underage Asian girls, in addition to having a young girlfriend--his law clierk. Bobby's mother is having an affair with one of her medical students.

The question is will both Bobby and Grace perjure themselves to hide a secret? Sheldon Siegel is a good writer and his books are fast (this one took 2 days) reads and interesting. ( )
  EdGoldberg | Feb 11, 2011 |
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Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez take on their daughter's boyfriend as a client when he is accused of murdering his father.

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