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The Mayor of Lexington Avenue

The Mayor of Lexington Avenue

Jack Tobin is a trial lawyer with a searing-hot reputation in Miami, far removed from his scrappy youth on the streets of New York.

But when a young man, Rudy, is railroaded into a murder conviction in the tiny Florida backwater of Bass Creek, Tobin resolves to pay back a debt to his best friend, the boy who once dubbed him ‘the Mayor of Lexington Avenue’.

Heartbreak, tragedy, courtroom drama and the hope of redemption play out in this utterly page-turning, thought-provoking legal thriller.
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Genre: Fiction / Fiction / Legal

On Sale: September 10th 2013

Price: $15

Page Count: 416

ISBN-13: 9781455574544

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Praise for James Sheehan's previous novels:

"Sheehan...writes with bleak clarity...but there's a touch of the poet in his voice."—The New York Times, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
"This is a debut novel but it reads like it was written by a master of the genre."—Nelson DeMille, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
"Here's a legal thriller that's so good it instantly leaves Grisham and the gang choking on its dust..."—Booklist, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
"To Kill A Mockingbird on steroids..."—Chicago Tribune, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
"An assured, elegant, suspenseful courtroom thriller."
Kirkus Reviews, on The Law of Second Chances
"Fast moving and tightly written...boasts a gripping story and characters who will make the reader care. Al in all, a stylish and engaging novel."
Richard North Patterson, on The Law of Second Chances
New York Law Journal, on The Law of Second Chances