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Judgment Day by Sheldon Siegel
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Judgment Day (2008)

by Sheldon Siegel

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"As husband and wife, Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez couldn't make it work. But as partners in San Francisco's most tenacious law firm, Fernandez and Daley make one hell of a team." "Judgment Day finds the ex-spouses tackling their thorniest case yet. Called in at the last minute to try to stop the execution of Nathan Fineman, a former mob lawyer convicted of murdering three people in the back room of Chinatown's notorious Golden Dragon Restaurant, Mike and Rosie must race the clock in a desperate attempt to prove their client's innocence. With only ten days to go and a wealth of forensic evidence pointing to Fineman's guilt, they're facing odds longer than the Pacific Coast Highway. And that's before they learn that Mike's father - a San Francisco cop who was one of the first officers at the scene on the night of the murders - may have been involved in a police cover-up." "As the plot hurtles toward its denouement, only one thing is clear - Judgment Day is fast approaching not just for Nate Fineman, but for Mike's father and the law firm of Fernandez and Daley as well."--BOOK JACKET.… (more)

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This is #6 in the series, and the best of the three that I have listened to. The plot is fairly intricate, although there is little doubt about the outcome, no matter how little time remaining. Siegel tends to reveal crucial facts only at the very end, so it is almost impossible to guess how the mystery will resolve itself, a weakness in the telling. Nevertheless, it held my interest, and the main characters and their families are interesting.

Even though the author is an attorney and I am not, I still find his courtroom scenes rather unrealistic, even after taking poetic license into account.

Tim Campbell is a good but not great reader. I liked Stephen Hoye better. ( )
  MidwestGeek | Dec 29, 2017 |
Judgment Day finds Mike Daley and Rosie Fernandez, ex-spouses tackling their thorniest case yet. Called in at the last minute to try to stoop the execution of Nathan Fineman, a former mob lawyer convicted of murdering three people in the back room of Chinatown's notorious Golden Dragon restaurant. Mike and Rosie must race clock in a desperate attempt to prove their client's innocence. With only ten days to go and a wealth of forensic evidence pointing to Fineman's guilt, they're facing odds longer than the Pacific Coast Highway. And that's before they learn that Mike's father, a San Francisco cop who was one of the first officers at the scene on the night of the murders, may have been involved in a police cover-up.
As the plot hurtles toward its stunning conclusion, only one thing is clear, Judgment Day is fast approaching not just for Nate Fineman, but for Mike's father and the law firm of Fernandez and Daley as well. ( )
  dspoon | Dec 4, 2008 |
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