Last Updated on March 28, 2020 by ellen
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It’s been really cold all weekend so I decided that I would just stay in and read instead of going out and running errands. It’s got to warm up at some point, right? I’ve enjoyed books by Robert K. Tanenbaum before so when I was offered No Lesser Plea, I looked forward to a great afternoon of reading. I have received product for this post. This post contains affiliate links, and I will receive compensation if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.
No Lesser Plea by Robert K. Tanenbaum
When crafty Mandeville Lewis’s method of robbing liquor stores finally fell apart, he hired the best defense lawyer in New York–and had a conveniently timed nervous breakdown. Coincides with Tanenbaum’s new September release, Depraved Indifference from NAL.
The story begins with a small-town criminal who plans on robbing a liquor store. He cons a junkie to drive the getaway car and kills both the store owner and the store owner’s son during the crime. He comes up with a convenient way to kill the junkie but his plan doesn’t go exactly the way he wants it to. The criminal ends up being arrested and acts crazy in the courtroom to avoid being sentenced.
Butch Karp, the lawyer assigned to prosecute his case, thinks his insanity is faked and has a note placed in his file (before he’s sent to Bellvue) that he will accept no lesser plea than murder one. It starts to look like this case may not just be a one-time murder and Karp refuses to let go of this case until he proves it.
I’ll be reading the next two books in this series and cannot wait to share my reviews with you. Start reading today.