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La jurado 272 Audiobook

La jurado 272

Author: Graham Moore Narrator: Fabiola Stevenson Release Date: March 2021

UN THRILLER LEGAL PARA HACER HISTORIA, EN TRADUCCIÓN EN VARIOS PAÍSES Y EN LA LISTA DE MÁS VENDIDOS DE THE NEW YORK TIMES, POR EL GANADOR DEL OSCAR AL MEJOR GUION POR DESCIFRANDO ENIGMA. «Descarga una jeringuilla de adrenalina en el corazón de Doce hombres sin piedad y obtendrás La jurado 272.» A.J. Finn, autor de La mujer en la ventana Jessica, la hija adolescente del gran magnate de Los Ángeles Lou Silver, desaparece mientras volvía a casa del colegio. Su profesor, Bobby Nock, un afroamericano de veinticinco años, se convierte en el principal sospechoso cuando salen a la luz unos mensajes ilícitos que había intercambiado con la alumna y se halla sangre de la víctima en su coche. El proceso judicial se convierte en el más mediático de la última década. La fiscalía cree estar ante un caso sólido y fácil de ganar, pero Maya Seale, una joven que forma parte del jurado popular, está convencida de la inocencia de Bobby y comenzará a influir en el resto de los miembros para declararlo no culpable. Esta controvertida decisión, que cambiará el destino de todos para siempre, es cuestionada diez años después, cuando el caso se reabre y la carrera de Maya, ahora abogada de prestigio, se tambalea. Y también se verán sacudidas las vidas, llenas de secretos, de los jurados y la de la propia familia Silver, mientras se ha perdido todo rastro de Bobby. Inspirándose en su propia experiencia como miembro de un jurado, Graham Moore nos impacta con «un thriller legal desenfrenado con giros ingeniosos y flashbacks sorprendentes. Moore combina con gran destreza la impecable construcción de personajes con revelaciones cada vez más explosivas en una historia que parece hecha para la gran pantalla» (Library Journal). Reseñas: «El thriller imprescindible del año.» The Sunday Express «Una excelente novela que dirige una mirada mordaz al sistema judicial norteamericano, al escrutinio de los medios, al racismo. Moore ha inventado un nuevo canon para los thrillers legales.» Publishers Weekly «Una trama adictiva y un ritmo vertiginoso.» Booklist «El thriller más apasionante que he leído en más de una década.» Sophie Hannah «El ritmo imparable e hipnótico mantiene al lector pegado a las páginas.» Crime Time «Brillante. [...] La trayectoria de Moore como guionista explica lo bien que está construida la trama y la excelente caracterización de los personajes. Thriller del mes.» The Sunday Times «Enormemente entretenido.» The Observer «Un thriller judicial desenfrenado con giros ingeniosos y flashbacks impactantes. [...] Moore combina de manera experta la diestra construcción de personajes con revelaciones cada vez más explosivas en una historia que parece hecha para la gran pantalla.» Library Journal «Enrevesado, rítmico y con un desenlace del que la propia Agatha Christie hubiese estado orgullosa.» Shots E-Mag «Una tensa, emocional, sobresaliente lectura que me enganchó hasta la última página.» Caroline Kepnes «Un picante plato cocinado con intriga, repleto de secretos ocultos y de razones inesperadas.» The New York Tomes Book Review «Menudo tour de force. Mezcla Doce hombres sin piedad con Chinatown y da como resultado algo propio.» Sarah Pinborough, autora de Behind her Eyes

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The Privilege Audiobook

The Privilege

Author: Dudley W. Buffa Narrator: Chris Andrew Ciulla Release Date: March 2021

Joseph Antonelli has never lost a case he should have won and has won nearly every case he should have lost-and yet he is about to see his client, Justin Friedrich, convicted for a crime he did not commit. His wife was found shot to death in the bedroom of their yacht in the San Francisco marina, and Friedrich does not stand a chance. But then the real killer approaches Antonelli...Famous and enigmatic, James Michael Redfield, the head of a high-tech company that leads the world in the development of artificial intelligence, gives Antonelli evidence that proves Friedrich is innocent. But why did Redfield wait until the last minute to give Antonelli this proof?Before Antonelli can even begin to solve that riddle, there is another murder, and he finds himself an unwilling participant in a conspiracy he does not understand. He has never known anyone like James Michael Redfield. For Redfield, it isn't about murder at all; it's all about the trial-because only a trial can show the world what Redfield believes it needs to know, no matter how many people need to die to make it happen.

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El juicio de Miracle Creek (acento latinoamericano): ¿Hasta dónde llegarías para proteger a tu famil Audiobook

El juicio de Miracle Creek (acento latinoamericano): ¿Hasta dónde llegarías para proteger a tu famil

Author: Angie Kim Narrator: Natalia Pupato Release Date: March 2021

Premio Edgar Mejor Primera Novela Mejor Libro del Año en: Time, WashingtonPost, Today Show, Library Journal, Crime Reads. 'Un fascinante estudio sobre la maleabilidad de la verdad''. –The New York Times. Siete testigos juraron decir la verdad. Todos mintieron.Una madre injustamente acusada. Un pueblo entero en su contra. ¿Hasta dónde llegarías para proteger a quienes amas? Es el primer día del juicio, y allí están todos. En Miracle Creek ha llegado la hora de saber qué fue lo que pasó ese día, hace justo un año, cuando el trágico incendio de aquella cápsula hiperbárica cambió la vida de todos para siempre. ¿Es posible que sea verdad que Elizabeth provocó el incendio en el que murió su pequeño hijo con autismo? ¿Será condenada a muerte por ello? Mientras, entre los testigos, otras madres de hijos con autism conocen mejor que nadie los complejos y contradictorios sentimientos que las invaden. Y está el pueblo, con sus prejuicios, y sus secretos, y los demás testigos que deberán hablar en el juicio, pero que quizás callen, para que no estalle su propia vida. ¿Cuánto vale proteger a los que amamos, hasta dónde mentir, y hasta dónde enfrentarse a los propios errores? ¿Tanto como la vida de un inocente? Booktrailer:  https://youtu.be/m7QOizTXjTc

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Rascal on the Run Audiobook

Rascal on the Run

Author: Howard Tate Scott Narrator: Jon Lindstrom Release Date: March 2021

Drawn into a web of small-town secrets, family drama, and the rusted tentacles of the Dixie Mafia, a young lawyer is forced to confront his own notions of justice, freedom, love, and sobriety. Athens, Georgia, 1988: Attorney August “Critter” Stillwell dreams of a life on the open sea, but he’s stuck juggling a crushing caseload after the sudden departure of his defense attorney father, Guy Stillwell. When an episode of Unsolved Mysteries leads to the capture of a murder suspect who’s been on the run for twenty-five years, the ominous pattern of facts drags Critter into a hidden corner of Guy’s past. In 1963, To Kill a Mockingbird was playing in local theaters, and Guy Stillwell was a lot like Atticus Finch—if Atticus had been a charming two-timer and burgeoning alcoholic. For fifteen-year-old Critter, working at his father’s law firm was a masterclass in the art of good ol’ boy litigating and congenial backroom deals. Guy took on the trial of the decade that summer: defending a black woman charged with the murder of a KKK thug. By the time it was over, Critter’s world and the sleepy town of Athens were in flames. As an older, wiser Critter looks back on that fateful season, he discovers stunning connections between Guy’s case and his own defense of the runaway murderer. Now he must choose between his duty to the law and an unwavering loyalty to his flawed but charismatic father.

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Trial and Error Audiobook

Trial and Error

Author: Robert Whitlow Narrator: Matt Godfrey Release Date: February 2021

A small-town lawyer has been searching for his daughter for eighteen years. Now another young woman is missing, and he's determined to find them both-no matter the cost. Buddy Smith built his law practice around tracking down missing children. After all, he knows the agony of being separated from a child. Not long after his daughter's birth, her mother ran away and Buddy never saw either one again. Gracie Blaylock has known Buddy her entire life, and now that she is clerk of court for the county, their paths cross frequently. When Gracie hears that a teenager in town has gone missing, she knows Buddy is the one for the case. The girl's parents are desperate for answers. Together with Gracie and Mayleah-the new detective in town-Buddy chases all leads, hoping to reach the missing teen before it's too late. And as he pursues one girl, he uncovers clues that could bring him closer to the girl he thought he lost forever: his own daughter. Master legal writer Robert Whitlow will keep you guessing in this gripping legal drama while reminding you of the power of God's restoration. - Stand-alone legal drama - Full-length novel at approximately 120,000 words

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Without Prejudice: Black Britain: Writing Back Audiobook

Without Prejudice: Black Britain: Writing Back

Author: Nicola Williams Narrator: Adjoah Andoh, Bernardine Evaristo Release Date: February 2021

Brought to you by Penguin. A gripping, propulsive courtroom thriller following barrister Lee Mitchell as she uncovers the dark secrets of London's obscenely rich Lee Mitchell is a thirty-year-old barrister from a working-class Caribbean background: in the cut-throat environment of the courtroom, everything is stacked against her. After she takes on the high-profile case of notorious millionaire playboy Clive Omartian - arrested along with his father and stepbrother for eye-wateringly exorbitant fraud - the line between her personal and professional life becomes dangerously blurred. Spiralling further into Clive's trail of debauchery and corruption, she finds herself in alarmingly deep waters. Can she survive her case, let alone win it? 'A highly-charged and fast-paced page turner' Irish Times © Nicola Williams 1997 (P) Penguin Audio 2021

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The Inverted Pyramid: An Alex Vane Media Thriller, Book 2 Audiobook

The Inverted Pyramid: An Alex Vane Media Thriller, Book 2

Author: A.C. Fuller Narrator: Joe Hempel Release Date: February 2021

Journalist Alex Vane is always hunting for the truth. But now the truth may cost him his life... After exposing a low-level congressman for accepting bribes, Alex attends a conference and runs into an old friend--and flame--Media Studies Professor Camila Gray. But just as they begin to reconnect, Alex's business partner disappears, leaving Alex only one clue: the name of a hacker who was recently murdered. A source hints at a vaster conspiracy, one that may reach all the way up to the fast-approaching presidential election. Alex and Camila travel to Alex's hometown to find answers, where they race to untangle the connections between the dead hacker and the disappearance of Alex's partner. But all the while, a mysterious source is pulling the strings of their investigation, of the election, and possibly of their lives.

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Twenty: A Jack Swyteck Novel Audiobook

Twenty: A Jack Swyteck Novel

Author: James Grippando Narrator: Jonathan Davis Release Date: January 2021

Jack Swyteck and his family are caught in the crossfire after a deadly school shooting claims twenty casualties—Florida’s fifth mass shooting in as many years—in this provocative and timely thriller from Harper Lee Prize–winner James Grippando that touches on some of the most contentious issues roiling America today. It is the message every parent of a school-age child fears: “Active Shooter on Campus.”  Jack Swyteck is at his office when he receives the emergency text from Riverside Day School. Both his daughter, Righley, and his wife, FBI agent Andie Henning, are in danger. Andie is in the school’s rec center when she hears the fire alarms, then loud popping noises and screams coming from the hallway. A trained law-enforcement officer, Andie knows she’s supposed to stay locked down inside the room. But Righley is in her kindergarten classroom and Andie must get her to safety. The tragedy prompts mass hysteria—and dangerous speculation. The police haven’t identified the shooter, but they find a handgun on the school grounds registered to a parent, a Muslim man named Amir Khoury. News of the gun and its owner leaks and quickly goes viral. Within minutes Al Qaeda claims responsibility. Andie is shocked—Amir is married to her friend, Lilly, a WASP whose bloodline goes back to the American Revolution.  When Xavier, Amir and Lilly’s oldest child and an eighteen-year-old senior at Riverside confesses to the crime, the local community’s anti-Muslim fervor explodes to levels unseen since 9/11. Terrified for her son’s life, Lilly asks Jack to step in. A seasoned defense attorney with a passion to see justice done, he’s taken on plenty of complicated cases. Xavier’s, however, is not one he’s inclined to take—until an old friend who lost his daughter in the shooting tells him that he must.   With the public calling for blood and prosecutors confident their case is air tight, Jack must unearth the Khourys’ family secrets in order to expose the shocking truth and save his client from certain death. But he may not be able to save everyone—including himself.

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The Betrayal Audiobook

The Betrayal

Author: Terry Lynn Thomas Narrator: Daniela Acitelli Release Date: January 2021

‘OMG! It literally blew me away. It gripped me from the very first page and I could not stop reading until I finished.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars From the USA Today bestselling author comes a gripping thriller about a divorce attorney who’s about to discover her own marriage is based on lies when she’s arrested for murder. Attorney Olivia Sinclair is shocked when she receives an anonymous video showing her husband Richard sleeping with someone else. After years of handling other people’s divorces, she thought she could recognise a marriage in trouble. She angrily throws Richard out of the home they share. But days later she’s arrested—for the murder of his mistress. Olivia knows she’s innocent but, with all the evidence pointing at her and an obvious motive, she must find the real killer to clear her name. She may be used to dealing with messy divorces, but this one will be her most difficult case yet. Olivia’s husband has already betrayed her—but would he set her up for murder? A gripping and unputdownable thriller for fans of Gillian McAllister, Alafair Burke and A Killer’s Wife. Readers LOVE The Betrayal! ‘I absolutely loved this book. If you love thrillers you will not be disappointed. FANTASTIC!!!’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘An outstanding psychological thriller… Read it. Love it. This is a masterpiece.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Wow. I really loved this book… Fast-paced and kept me guessing.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘An excellent thriller!… Kept me guessing until the very end. Highly recommended!’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Amazing. Pulls you in right from the start and keeps you guessing… Excellent.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Grabs you from the start and keeps you engaged till the very end.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Wow, I definitely pulled the 'just one more chapter' line with this one. I couldn't put it down.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars ‘Left me consumed and reading faster than I could keep up… Will keep you guessing.’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars

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The Gilgamesh Project Audiobook

The Gilgamesh Project

Author: John Francis Kinsella Narrator: John Francis Kinsella Release Date: January 2021

Barry Simmonds is a partner in a small-time law firm in Belize, a small not very rich Central American country squeezed between Guatemala and Mexico. His principal business is setting up and servicing offshore companies and bank accounts for British, Russians and whoever else wanted to hide their money or assets. Concealing the ownership of businesses and property behind opaque locally incorporated firms, for the purpose of tax avoidance, evasion and money laundering, was his stock-in-trade. Those who used such services were not necessarily dishonest, but most had very good financial reasons for wanting to occult their interests, amongst them were public figures, including royals, politicians, show business personalities, the rich, and of course grafters of all shades. Barry, had been looking forward to an early retirement, but ran into difficulties after carelessly drifting into business with a group of unscrupulous investors attracted by the benefits of laundering and investing their ill gotten gains in real estate, but when their business is hit by the economic fallout of the Covid crisis they reveal their true colours. As executor of a recently deceased client's estate Barry makes a discovery he hopes will solve the problems that are threatening to submerge him...

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A Time to Lie Audiobook

A Time to Lie

Author: Simon Berthon Narrator: John Hopkins Release Date: December 2020

An explosive, fast-paced espionage thriller for fans of Frank Gardner and Mick Herron. ‘Dark and twisted, A Time to Lie is a tense and timely novel’ Adam Hamdy A divisive prime minister. A long-buried body. A plot to bring him down… The bigger the secret the more dangerous it is to lie… On the morning of the Tory Party conference, the bones of a young woman’s hand are discovered in a London building site. Jed Fowkes, Special Adviser at the Treasury, confronts Prime Minister Robin Sandford with a terrible accusation. He claims the hand belongs to someone they once knew well: a young woman whom Sandford murdered years ago. With his career on the brink of ruin, the Prime Minister’s only hope is to enlist the unofficial help of MI5. A decision which leads him into a new world of espionage, illegal trafficking and murder. And the deeper he goes, the more treacherous the game becomes. Because now it’s not just his life on the line; it’s the future of the state itself… ‘A pulse-pounding thrill-ride that hooked me from the chilling opening, A Time To Lie delivers on every, explosive level’ Chris Whitaker ‘Dark and twisted, A Time To Lie is a tense and timely novel’ Adam Hamdy

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Chambers: The Complete Series 1-3: A BBC Radio 4 legal comedy drama Audiobook

Chambers: The Complete Series 1-3: A BBC Radio 4 legal comedy drama

All fourteen episodes of the legal sitcom about a group of barristers who never let justice get in the way of making money John Fuller-Carp, the Machiavellian head of chambers at Forecourt Buildings, is determined to become a QC and will perform almost any moral contortion to achieve his goal. When left-wing Ruth Quirke, rumoured to be a High Court judge's daughter, applies to join his chambers, Fuller-Carp's imagination goes into overdrive and promotion seems inevitable. However, his attempts to project a 'New Labour' image cut no ice with Ruth, and the two are soon at each other's throats. Fortunately, his partner Hilary Tripping is much easier to manage (if somewhat ineffectual) and his clerk Vince, though deeply dodgy, is happy to put his criminal contacts and underworld cunning at Fuller-Carp's disposal. In these three series, he ends up on the wrong side of the law, is embarrassed over animal rights, tries to join the Masons and gets embroiled in a bet with a rival barrister. Meanwhile, Ruth gets a job as a 'Legal Eagle' on breakfast telly, decides to adopt a baby and fakes a family for a client while Fuller-Carp fiddles the books. And when a legal firm invites John, Ruth and Hilary on a team-building outward-bound weekend, disaster ensues... Clive Coleman's sitcom set in perhaps the country's least spectacular law chambers stars John Bird as John Fuller-Carp, with James Fleet as Hilary Tripping and Lesley Sharp and Sarah Lancashire as Ruth Quirke. Among the guest stars are Peter Serafinowcz, Sanjeev Bhaskar and Rebecca Front. Production credits Written by Clive Coleman Produced by Paul Schlesinger First broadcast BBC Radio 4, 17 April -15 May1996 (Series 1), 11 May-8 June 1998 (Series 2), 9-30 March 1999 (Series 3) Starring John Bird and Sarah Lancashire

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