A Stain upon the Robe
Putnam, Oct 2003, 24.95, 295 pp.
In Suffolk County, Massachusetts, Judge Barbara Pitt presides over the headline news criminal case in which Father Cornelius Xavier Dooley is accused of sexually assaulting twenty-three boys. However, as Her Honor is in the media spot light, she asks her former law school lover criminal defense attorney Sheldon Gold to subtly investigate. To insure political correctness by balancing the female n... Juror Number Eleven
JUROR NUMBER ELEVEN
Putnam, June 2002, 24.95, 320 pp.
Even a gangster deserves a proper legal defense and Shel Gold agrees with that principle when he agrees to represent his childhood friend Ben Friedman on a murder charge. Shel and his associate Mairead O'Clare manage to convince the jury that their client is innocent but during the testimony and the reading of the verdict, JUROR NUMBER ELEVEN constantly stares at Mairead.
... Uncommon Justice
Putnam, Apr 2001, 24.9, 320 pp.
Just a few months into her career as an associate lawyer at Boston's Jaynes and Ward, Mairead O'Clare finds herself totally bored. When her boss catches her daydreaming during a “seminar”, he not only lectures her, but also warns her that her future (and perhaps the Western World) is at stake. Feeling no remorse, Mairead already loathes her role in the firm so she goes to the Commons to think...