Another Review at MyShelf.Com

Supreme Justice
Philip Margolin

Harper / HarperCollins
January 2011 / ISBN 9780061926525

Reviewed by Bob Walch

Sitting on death row after being convicted of killing her lover, former cop Sara Woodruff is awaiting the results of her appeal that has reached the United States Supreme Court. But the unexpected resignation of one justice coupled with the attack of another has derailed her case.

Dana Cutler has been called in to quietly investigate some odd links between the ominous incidences in the justices’ chambers and the Woodruff appeal. Following the circuitous trail back to an event that happened years before involving a shootout on a ship docked in Oregon, Cutler and her colleagues uncover a deadly secret involving the U.S. intelligence community.

Margolin’s pacing, genuine characters and plot twists make his novels unforgettable reads. Like his previous works, “Supreme Justice” is guaranteed to keep you glued to the page and perched on the edge of your chair from start to finish.

Reviewer's Note:


Reviewed 2011
© 2011