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by Laural Merlington (Narrator),Perri O'Shaughnessy

  • ISBN: 1587884917
  • Category: Thriller & Mystery
  • Author: Laural Merlington (Narrator),Perri O'Shaughnessy
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (July 3, 2001)
  • FB2 size: 1146 kb
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  • Rating: 4.5
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Writ of Execution: A Novel (Nina Reilly). I have read most of the Nina Reilly series and enjoy them very much. They are legal, courtroom novels that are exciting to read without getting too complicated for the layman to understand

Writ of Execution: A Novel (Nina Reilly). Unfit to Practice: A Novel (Nina Reilly). Obstruction of Justice: A Novel (Nina Reilly). They are legal, courtroom novels that are exciting to read without getting too complicated for the layman to understand. The characters are human and can be humorous at the same time without distracting from the story.

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Together they have written twelve Nina Reilly legal thrillers, a stand-alone thriller, KEEPER OF THE KEYS, and one short story collection, SINISTER SHORTS. Pamela, a graduate of Harvard Law School, practiced law in Monterey, San Pablo, and South Lake Tahoe, California, for sixteen years. She lives in northern California.

Perri O’Shaughnessy is the pen name for sisters Mary and Pamela O’Shaughnessy, who both live in California. They are the authors of eleven bestselling Nina Reilly novels as well as a collection of short crime fiction, Sinister Shorts. Start reading Breach of Promise: A Novel (Nina Reilly Book 4) on your Kindle in under a minute.

бесплатно, без регистрации и без смс. Masterful storytelling. gripping legal drama. relentless suspense - these are the hallmarks of Perri O'Shaughnessy's work. Critics hail her legal thrillers as terrific. will keep you turning the pages into the night (USA Today) and a real puzzler.

Written by Perri O'Shaughnessy, Audiobook narrated by Laural Merlington. Presumption of Death. Nina Reilly, Book 9. By: Perri O'Shaughnessy. Narrated by: Laural Merlington. Length: 13 hrs and 10 mins.

Nina Reilly, the sole practitioner at Lake Tahoe and developing a reputation as an erratically brilliant local lawyer . Perri O'Shaughnessy is the pen name for sisters Pamela and Mary O'Shaughnessy, who live in Hawaii and California

Nina Reilly, the sole practitioner at Lake Tahoe and developing a reputation as an erratically brilliant local lawyer, hears their stories all day long: stories about their wins, their divorces, the bankruptcies, the purse-snatchings, the week-long binges and the overdoses. It is not a pretty picture. Perri O'Shaughnessy is the pen name for sisters Pamela and Mary O'Shaughnessy, who live in Hawaii and California. Библиографические данные.

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Masterful storytelling. . .gripping legal drama . . .relentless suspense - these are the hallmarks of Perri O'Shaughnessy's work. Critics hail her legal thrillers as "terrific . . . will keep you turning the pages into the night" (USA Today) and "a real puzzler. . .with twists diabolical enough to take to court" (The New York Times Book Review). Now the New York Times bestselling author of Move to Strike returns with Writ of Execution, an electrifying tale that plunges attorney Nina Reilly into a shadowy world of high-stakes gambling and cold-blooded murder. In the mountain resort town of South Lake Tahoe, Nina Reilly is known for taking on the underdog cases, the kind that can make - or break - her one-woman law practice. Her latest case begins in the middle of a summer night when she is called away from a very personal visit to her investigator Paul Van Wagoner's hotel room to meet with a desperate new client at her office. The frightened young Washoe Indian woman gives her name as Jessie Potter. She has just hit one of the biggest jackpots in Nevada history, and the men in suits are waiting to hand her the million-dollar first installment when they know her real identity. With time running out, Nina helps her client devise a brilliant plan to collect the money while keeping her true identity a secret. The check's due to clear in ten days-and Nina's got her hands full as powerful interests line up to grab the money. The Nevada Gaming Control Board is looking into allegations that the jackpot was rigged. The man sitting on the seat just before the jackpot hit says it's his, and he doesn't mind going outside the law to get it. And the wealthy man stalking Nina's client has managed to attack the jackpot winnings with the help of an unscrupulous local lawyer, Jeff Riesner, using a legal maneuver called a writ of execution. To fight it, Paul Van Wagoner flies to Hawaii and digs up a dark moment in Jessie's past. The odds of Jessie ever collecting are starting to look hopeless. For Nina, what began as a fight for an underdog in federal court soon escalates into something very different and far more dangerous. Jessie has a secret, and she needs that money for a very good reason. By the time Nina discovers that Jessie is withholding vital information, it might be too late for her client and even for Nina herself. Because somewhere in the darkening Tahoe night, people are dying. A killer is exacting chilling vengeance in a case where the writ of execution has become more than a legal maneuver; it's a death warrant.
Reviews about Writ of Execution (Nina Reilly Series) (7):
Cozius
Jessie Potter, a doomed young woman with a secret, and Kenny Leung, one of the more confused characters in fiction this year, leads to a casino jackpot and a need for Nina Reilly, in her seventh outing, to try to make sense of it all. Jessie defines the concept of self-sufficiency, and Kenny defines haplessness, despite his brilliance in the computer field, so their collaboration gives the book a light tone. The courtroom adversaries for Reilly are pretty ruthless, and used to a larger setting than what they find in Tahoe...it is hard to believe that Nina will prevail. Nina's independence, her relationship with her family (played down a little in this book), the spectacular scenery that is Tahoe, and the depressing world of casino gambling all play a role in this novel. Sandy, Nina's irrepressible secretary, is back, and is as feisty as ever.
I'm always fascinated by the concept of sisters who live at a distance (Pamela and Mary O'Shaughnessy) writing a series together. You really can't tell where one begins and the other leaves off, such is the seamlessness of their collaboration. Reilly has been incredibly entertaining in each outing, and although there are some pitfalls in this story, overall, it keeps you enthusiastic, entertained and happy with the outcome.
One issue with the series is the unresolved relationship between Reilly and Paul van Wagoner, her terrific investigator. This book continued the dance that is their life together. I'd like for O'Shaughnessy to resolve this one way or the other, and, at the end, it appears that a resolution may be under way for the next book.....but that is what you say each time you finish a Nina Reilly novel.
A really entertaining and worthwhile series with a great heroine!
I am hcv men
I have read all of the Nina Reilly books, and this is a good one, if not quite as good as its predecessor Move to Strike.
The story concerns slot-jackpot winner Jessie Potter, a young Washoe Indian and fomer Marine, who strikes a 7-mil plus jackpot at a local casino. It also includes her obsessive first-marriage father in law, her husband-of-convenience, and a casino-employed compulsive gambler. Motivations for behavior are as eccentric as the characters themselves, all of whom want something different for diverse and equally eccentric reasons.
There were a few small weaknesses. Jessie, so reluctant to trust even her attorney, embraces the chance to trust her stranger-husband. That hardly makes sense. Then, although the father-in-law issues are explained, they're not demonstrated in the story... he barely escapes paper-doll status as a character. Nina's relationship with pseudoboyfriend Paul van Wagoner hardly justify her hot and cold treatment of him... of course, series regulars get it, but would a series newcomer? There are lots of minor characters, and sometimes it gets inconvenient to have to recall everyone's role in the story... I bet some combining could have simplified matters.
However, authors Mary and Pamela make great strides in the area of literary cohesiveness, fitting together the components of this story with increasingly masterful ease. The character of Kenny (husband of convenience) is a terrific manifestation, and the authors' familiarity with the ins and outs of slot machines and Nevada's gaming industry are both interesting, significant, and (I'd think) illuminating!
I eagerly anticipated this book, and I was quite satisfied that my wait was worth it. I'm now awaiting the next installment!
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The O'Shaughnessy sisters are a great read. I love the setting for their novel in the Lake Tahoe area...a beautiful place for mayhem. The characters are fun, although not totally fleshed out, the reader still cares about them. If you love these authors you will enjoy the book, but it isn't one of their best, doesn't quite pick you up and carry you along. However, I would recommend it, if you like to collect your favorite author's books for your library.
Black_Hawk_Down.
I am reading the Perri O'Shaughnessy series.
The mystery kept my interest.
Being able to buy used books from Amazon's vendors is a good thing.
Kriau
Great reading! I am now on book nine of the series and highly recommend the Nina Reilly series.
Malodred
Don’t have. Haven’t read
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I loved this book, with each turn of the pages came another twist that was believable. Couldn't put it down.
Very good

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