Supreme Justice

Supreme Justice New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin returns to the corridors of power in Washington D C with an exciting thriller about a ghost ship and the President s nominee to the U S Supreme Cour

  • Title: Supreme Justice
  • Author: Phillip Margolin
  • ISBN: 9780061926518
  • Page: 210
  • Format: Hardcover
  • New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin returns to the corridors of power in Washington, D.C with an exciting thriller about a ghost ship and the President s nominee to the U.S Supreme Court Sarah Woodruff, on death row in Oregon for murdering her lover, John Finley, has appealed her case to the Supreme Court just when a prominent justice resigns, leaving New York Times bestselling author Phillip Margolin returns to the corridors of power in Washington, D.C with an exciting thriller about a ghost ship and the President s nominee to the U.S Supreme Court.Sarah Woodruff, on death row in Oregon for murdering her lover, John Finley, has appealed her case to the Supreme Court just when a prominent justice resigns, leaving a vacancy.Then, for no apparent reason, another justice is mysteriously attacked Dana Cutler one of the heroes from Margolin s bestselling Executive Privilege is quietly called in to investigate She looks for links between the Woodruff appeal and the ominous incidents in the justices chambers, which eventually lead her to a shoot out that took place years ago on a small freighter docked upriver in Shelby, Oregon, containing a dead crew and illegal drugs The only survivor on board John Finley With the help of Brad Miller and Keith Evans, Dana uncovers a plot by a rogue element in the American intelligence community involving the president s nominee to the Supreme Court, and soon the trio is thrown back into the grips of a deadly, executive danger.With nonstop action, Supreme Justice picks up where Executive Privilege left off, putting readers right back where they were on the edge of their seats.

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    • A very light but good legal thriller. Second in the Series featuring Brad Miller. To be honest, I read the first book but don't remember it at all. No worries though, I didn't feel like I missed anything crucial in the story line. Easy to pick up from this point. Brad, a supreme court clerk saves his assigned supreme court judge, Justice Moss, from an attack in the parking garage. With the assistance of Dana Cutler, a private investigator, they are determined to find the true reason for the atta [...]

    • Margolin has an annoying habit of introducing a seemingly endless cast of characters, and this book is no exception. Once he finally wades through and settles in with the characters of importance, he gives us a great tale of political intrigue. This quickly turned into a fast paced thriller with a shock ending, which was a great twist. He revisits quite a few characters from his previous book, Executive Privilege, and although it is not necessary to follow this storyline, I would recommend readi [...]

    • The three main characters from "Executive Privilege," private investigator Dana Cutler, FBI Agent Keith Evans, and attorney Brad Miller, are back in Supreme Justice. Brad is now working for Supreme Court Justice Felicia Moss. One of the important cases of the session is one regarding a woman charged with killing her lover twice. The first case was thrown out after a jury was selected but the second time, Sarah Woodruff was convicted and put on death row. She is trying to get a new trial based on [...]

    • Full review over at Fantasy Book Critic OVERVIEW/ANALYSIS: Phillip Margolin has been a favorite of mine since I read Wild Justice back in 2001, since then he has written more books featuring the characters of Frank and Amanda Jaffe (From Wild Justice) and several other solo books as well. The thing to note over here is that Margolin doesn’t write sequels unless of course his characters fit the plot[Twisted plots are trademark of his] so with every other Amanda Jaffe book we get a solo book whi [...]

    • This novel is an exciting thriller, a puzzling murder mystery involving a ghost ship and the President’s nominee to the U.S Supreme Court. The story leads us in a twisted tale that opens more questions than answers involving a real soup mix of law enforcement officers: local police, state police, CIA, FBI, Homeland security and the U.S. Supreme court… (Hahaha it seems the only group missing is the keystone cops….:) )This is quite an involved story with numerous characters, plots and sub-pl [...]

    • I had given up on Philip Margolin after a series of particularly gruesome outings with the lead Amanda Jaffe character. This despite really enjoying his plotting and pacing in several novels beginning with his break out: "Gone, but not Forgotten."Thank goodness from remainder tables. While cruising a remainder table in a B&N on the West Coast, I found a hardcover of his 2010 "Supreme Justice" on sale for less the the e-version or paperback - $6.98. So, what the heck?The book flap promised su [...]

    • 3.5 StarsA good, fast, and entertaining read about a ship full of hashish, murder, and the attempt assassination of a Supreme Court Justice to keep the details of a rogue covert CIA op from becoming public. Dennis Masterson has no qualms in what he is doing and so be it if an innocent woman, a former cop, is put to death for a murder she did not commit. The Woodruff cert must be denied at ALL costs. He has the power to go to great lengths to keep the events of the China Sea buried and will bury [...]

    • This was a re-listen to a book I read a few years ago. I can't remember why I liked it enough to put it in my "read again" pile, because it certainly did not deserve that allocation, in my current judgement. There appeared to be too many characters in the book with new players turning up at the drop of a hat. The story of the boat etc in its second rendering, went on and on and life appears to be a pretty cheap commodity for Margolin - I lost track of all the killings by the end of the book. And [...]

    • This is a fast paced thriller with a lot of twists and a few surprises along the way. Our main character is a private investigator, as well as female, Dana Cutler. Dana is thrown into this mix of murder, drugs, sex, betrayal and politics. All the major and not so major law enforcement agencies get involved. You need to read Executive Privilege to get a closeup of cutler. Thank you, Margolin, for creating a strong female protagonist, who has been victimized, yet more than survives and comes back [...]

    • This book was my least favorite of the Margolin books I've read (most of them). The character development is never great, but the storyline is usually pretty fun, with some interesting twists and turns. This one, however, seemed a bit laborious to me, and there were few surprises. When I read the end, it felt as if Margolin was tired of writing and wanted to tie everything up as simply and quickly as possible.

    • This book I did not really care for After reading many of his other books, such as Gone, but Not Forgotten, Lost Lake and Fugitive among my favorites, I thought this Washington trilogy--Executive Decision, Supreme Justice, and Capital Murders kind of a let down Margolin has written quite a few books out of the park, Supreme Justice was not one of them, and I thought it was the worse book of the three Brad Miller and Dana Cutler books

    • Conspiracy, filler banter, death and this story provided little in the matter of a satisfactory conclusion. 4 of 10 stars

    • Tried to read this as something to do on the plane when I finished my other books, but it couldn't hold my interest.

    • A thriller/conspiracy surrounding the Supreme Court. I think Margolin does a good job leaving you with a sense of paranoia of who can you trust? Who is the bad guys. I never know.

    • A good book, but not as good as the first one in the series. The story moved more slowly, especially the long flashback in the middle. It was essential to the story, but, in my opinion (as both an author and a reader), it was longer than it needed to be.I enjoyed seeing the main characters from the first book again, and seeing how their characters developed, several of them in a new setting. I also liked the primary Supreme Court Justice's character. I don't know if she will appear in the next b [...]

    • OMG!!! What a great read, I don't think I've read a book so fast in my life, it was that interesting and such a page turner, I just love the way he makes his books come alive. When i slept I dreamed about the book, when I was awake all I wanted to do was read it and continue to see what was going to happen next. I like to watch or in the case read things in order, so I'm going to reread capitol murder Dana's next book.

    • a convoluted plot on several levels. A lower court decision in Orgon is hoping for hearing before the US Supreme Court. Much machination. CIA Homeland Security involvement. There is an insider in Court. Who is it? Plot twists, but hard to believe. Still a good read

    • SuspenseAuthor introduced many options that kept me waiting for the next clue. I missed an early clue about who killed Finley.

    • I had trouble following all the characters of this book. It focused down on a few by the end. Story was a bit unrealistic also. Not among the better books I've read of this type.

    • This was an easy read. Margolin outlines each situation well and characters become part of the story in an interesting way. Enjoyable read.

    • Quick pace good readAnother good Dana Cutler brad Miller adventure. Live the supreme court angle and ending twist. I stayed up 3 nights reading this one.

    • PROTAGONIST: Brad Miller, law clerk, and Dana Cutler, PISETTING: Oregon; Washington, DCSERIES: #2RATING: 3.25John Finley is the captain of a freighter that is dealing in illegal cargo. While docked in Shelby, Oregon, an assassin boards and murders the entire crew. Finley barely escapes with his life and seeks safety at the home of his sometime lover, cop Sarah Woodruff. The bad guys track him down, and there’s a gun fight at Woodruff’s. The circumstantial evidence makes it appear that Woodru [...]

    • Supreme Justice by Phillip Margolin. I really enjoyed this story, subtitled as Dana Cutler #2. I actually started with Cutler #3 then went back and read the first two. Margolin often gives his characters a "rest" by writing a couple of books with them then going to a new set of characters then coming back to a previous set. Dana Cutler, and I hope Brad and Ginny Miller, is in "Sleight of Hand". Margolin weaves several storylines that seem to have nothing to do with each other then brings them to [...]

    • Fun, engaging, yet disappointing thriller from author Philip Margolin. The set-up is very good, with an assassination attempt on a Supreme Court judge leading to an investigation into the complex murder conviction of an Oregon policewoman, her murdered ex-boyfriend, and a ghost ship filled with hashish that the CIA may have been connected to. There are many characters and locales to consider in relation to "Supreme Justice": an earnest policewoman with a high pedigree, an earnest Supreme Court c [...]

    • This novel is a non-sequel to Executive Privilege in the sense that it involves at least three of the same characters: Brad Miller, private-eye Dana Cutler, and FBI agent Keith Evans, this time working on a completely different case.The novel starts off recounting something that happened in 2006, when the captain of a ship involved in questionable activities manages to escape a takeover of the ship by bad guys. The action then jumps to 2012, when Brad Miller, a young attorney, is working as a cl [...]

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