The Hearing

hearingThe Hearing
by John Lescroart (Dismas Hardy #7)
1999 / 656 pages
read by Robert Lawrence 14h 59m
Rating:  C / Crime

Come to find out that Abe Glitsky has an illegitimate grown daughter who has been found dead on the street – a junkie standing over her with a gun in his hands.  To complicate matters she was becoming an important presence in San Francisco politics.

The bust is easy – take the addict, Cole Burgess,   into custody and wring a confession out of him.  Done deal.  But Burgess gets Dismas Hardy for an attorney so it won’t be that easy –  and Glitsky is torn between sticking by the police force and wanting to find his daughter’s killer.

This is probably the weakest of the Lesroart books I’ve read but I may be burning out on listening to crime fiction.

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