The Color of Law

The Color of Law

Book - 2005
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An attorney at an elite Dallas law firm is assigned to defend a heroin-addicted hooker who is accused of murdering the son of a presidential hopeful.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Doubleday, 2005.
Edition: 1st ed. --
ISBN: 9780385516730
0385516738
Characteristics: 401 p.

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ISAAC MADRIL
Apr 05, 2014

I Read This Book six years ago and would recommend it to any and all rookies who believe in and practice law!Reminds me of a girlfriend of mine.L.S._Smart!very Smart!!!

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Tannisz
Mar 22, 2013

read it-- you'll love it!

winger1 Sep 10, 2012

I just began this book and cannot put it down- I am looking for othe books Mark Gimentez has written.

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crochussen
Feb 24, 2012

I Agree - have read all of Mark Gimenez's books and have found them all gripping from the first page

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Eil_1
Feb 23, 2012

I was pulled into this story from page 1. The plot, including background on the legal profession, as well as the story itself kept me turning page upon page. It was one of the very best legal-based stories I've ever read (including Grisholm)!

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