Devane, Terry - JUROR NUMBER ELEVEN

JUROR NUMBER ELEVEN – Okay

Devane, Terry – 2nd in series

Criminal defense attorneys Sheldon Gold and Mairead O'Clare successfully get Boston gangster Big Ben Friedman acquitted of murder. However, when Juror Number Eleven is found dead in her home after she places an urgent call for help to O'Clare, and it’s found she just deposited $10,000 cash, Ben is suspected of jury tampering and murder.

The book was okay, but found I had trouble keeping the characters straight. It was clear one needed to have read the first book. The plot was thin, the premise implausible and the timeframe to trial rather unbelievable. And the constant voice of Mairead’s Mother Superior was annoying in the extreme. I finished it, but it was a plod.

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