Category Archives: Legal thrillers

“Wilde Lake” by Laura Lippman

An African-American man accused of rape by a humiliated girl.  A vengeful father.  A courageous attorney.  A worshipful daughter.  Think you know this story?  Think again.  Wilde Lake  is a stand-alone novel by the author of the Tess Monaghan mystery … Continue reading

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Some challenges of being a writer (Guest post by attorney/novelist, Steve Clark)

Writing a novel is hard work.  Hard work that some authors make look easy, but it is hard all the same.  Today on Fictionophile I have the privilege of hosting a guest post by attorney/novelist Steve Clark, the author of … Continue reading

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“Her sister’s grave” by Robert Dugoni

The picturesque town of Cedar Grove in Washington’s Cascade mountains was always a place of happiness and sanctuary for Tracy.  She grew up in a warm and loving environment with her beloved sister Sarah, and her dear mother and father.  … Continue reading

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“Startup” by Glenn Ogura

If you read novels to relax, this debut thriller by author Glenn Ogura, “Startup” is not for you.  I was at the edge of my seat – frantically turning pages throughout.  A modern yet timeless tale of good vs. evil. … Continue reading

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Stray Bullets by Robert Rotenberg

In just a split-second an event can take place which impacts myriad lives. Not a profound premise perhaps, but all too true nonetheless. The novel “Stray Bullets” exemplifies this premise with a case that draws the reader to know more. … Continue reading

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