The Last Witness (Lou Mason Thrillers Book 2)
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What’s it like to be a target for murder? Every step you take, every sigh you make – could be your last. Could you outsmart a desperate killer?
Just as his life has returned to normal, Lou Mason’s surrogate father, Homicide Detective Harry Ryman, arrests his best friend, ex-cop Wilson ‘Blues’ Bluestone, Jr. on murder charges. Mason rolls in like a freight train to defend Blues uncovers dark and terrible secrets – secrets worth killing for. As his investigation closes in on the killer, the hunter becomes the hunted…and all Hell breaks loose.
Lou Mason is back in The Last Witness and this time, it’s personal. Our sexy, brilliant, and flawed trial lawyer unwittingly becomes the sole focus of a brutal killer. Witness this second thrilling installment in the Lou Mason series.
Enter the dangerous and dark world of this fast-paced legal thriller that moves the reader relentlessly through twists and turns to a shocking end.
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Did you miss the other suspense-laden Lou Mason books? Get Motion to Kill, Cold Truth, Deadlocked, and Final Judgment now for non-stop thrills and twists.
If you love the twists, turns, and edge-of-your-seat suspense delivered in John Grisham’s legal thrillers you’ll rave about Last Witness by Joel Goldman.
"Fast, furious and thoroughly enjoyable, The Last Witness is classic and classy noir for our time, filled with great characters and sharp, stylish writing." Jeffery Deaver, author of The Vanished Man and The Stone Monkey
“The Last Witness is an old fashioned, '40s, tough guy detective story set in modern times. There's a lot of action, loads of suspects, and plenty of snappy dialogue. It's a fun read from beginning to end." --Phillip Margolin, author of The Associate and Wild Justice
“Joel Goldman has written another fast-paced legal thriller. Find a comfortable chair and plan to stay up late." Sheldon Siegel, author of The Special Circumstances and Criminal Intent
“The Last Witness is a legal thriller written the way criminal law should be practiced: from the gut...one of the premier crime novels of the year." Jeremiah Healy, author of Turnabout and Spiral
Stunned by the non-stop action and crazy twists in the Lou Mason books? Then you won’t want to miss the 3 Jack Davis Thrillers: Shake Down, The Dead Man, and No Way Out. Oh, and don’t forget to buy Stone Cold, the first in Goldman’s chilling Alex Stone Thriller Series. Clear your schedule … you won’t want to put these down!
Sophisticated, beautiful, and playful, she was also the smartest person in the room, a combination that drew people to her. In law school, everyone wanted to take her class, the guys so they could drool and the girls so they could learn how to be more like her, traits that made her and Billy Sunshine soul mates. As she stood in his doorway, bowed by the winter wind, something was missing. The certainty that the world was hers had vanished. Her eyes flickered and her lips were pressed in a tight
barbershop all night. Mason didn't know Zimmerman well enough to ask for a favor like that, but he didn't have another choice. He decided to keep his story simple to convince Zimmerman that there was a good reason to help him out. "Jack Cullan was blackmailing Beth Harrell. He kept secret files on her, the mayor, and Ed Fiora, plus a lot of other people. I've found Cullan's files but I can't get to them. The prosecutor won't ask Judge Carter for a search warrant tonight. If we wait until
Blues to be guilty. It's obvious that the mayor was pressuring you to make a quick arrest." "Sure he wanted a quick arrest. He also wanted a conviction, not a botched case." "When did you first talk to the mayor about Cullan's murder?" "Right after we got to the murder scene. I called the chief and the chief called the mayor. The mayor told the chief he wanted to meet with me and Carl, which really frosted the chief." "Because that made the chief look like he wasn't running the
back to the two-way mirror, and folded his arms against his chest. "I wasn't there and I didn't kill Jack Cullan." "I'll be sure to mention that to the judge. You'll be arraigned tomorrow morning in front of an associate circuit court judge, who will set bail. I'm guessing bail will be no less than a quarter million and maybe as much as half a million." "The judge won't grant me bail." "Hey, give me some credit. You've got substantial ties to the community. You're not a threat to anyone else.
compared to capital murder." CHAPTER SEVENTY Twelfth Street had become a frozen parking lot. Cars on the intersecting streets of Oak and Locust squirmed more than they moved. No one was any closer to home than when Mason and Blues had walked into Rossi's for lunch. The snow poured from the sky in thick, wet flakes heavy enough to reduce vision to a single block. Some drivers surrendered to the storm, abandoning their cars in the middle of the street to take refuge in city hall or the