Alexandra Cooper 01. Linda fairstein. Category: fiction mystery. Synopsis: Manhattan’s top sex crimes prosecutor stares at the shocking headline in the morning newspaper, reading her own obituary. Alexandra Cooper is very much alive. The body found by police on the secluded road leading to Alexandra’s country house on Martha’s Vineyard belonged instead to the internationally acclaimed Hollywood star, Isabella Lascar. Isabella had borrowed Alex’s home for a quiet holiday.
Final Jeopardy is a formidable thriller of intelligence and authenticity, and marks the debut of a character who will be entertaining readers for many years to come. Linda Fairstein Final Jeopardy. Chapter 1. Chapter 2. Chapter 3. Chapter 4.
Author: Linda Fairstein. Manhattan ’s top sex crimes prosecutor stares at the shocking headline in the morning newspaper, reading her own obituary. Police found her body tall and slim, like Alex in a car rented.
The first book in the Alex Cooper series. AND. Justin Feldman, Believers. I sat on my living-room sofa at five o’clock in the morning with a copy of the mock-up of the front page of the day’s New York Post in my hand, looking at my own obituary.
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This critically acclaimed, explosive thriller is a book only prosecutor Linda Fairstein could write. Patricia Cornwall knows the morgue; John Grisham knows the courtroom; but no one knows the inner workings of the . s office like Linda Fairstein, renowned for two decades as head of Manhattan Sex Crimes Unit. Now that world comes vividly to life in a brilliant debut novel of shocking realism, powerful insight, and searing suspense
0 5 Author: Linda Fairstein. This critically acclaimed, explosive thriller is a book only prosecutor Linda Fairstein could write. Now that world comes vividly to life in a brilliant debut novel of shocking realism, powerful insight, and searing suspense.
Linda Fairstein made her fiction debut with the national and international bestseller Final Jeopardy. Her nonfiction book, Sexual Violence: Our War Against Rape, was a 1994 New York Times Notable Book. America's foremost prosecutor of crimes of sexual assault and domestic violence, Fairstein has run the Sex Crimes Unit of the District Attorney's Office in Manhattan for more than two decades. She lectures extensively throughout the country and lives. The headline I was reading had been prepared hours earlier, when the cops thought that it was my head that had been blown apart by a rifle blast on a quiet country road in a little Massachusetts town called Chilmark. Mike Chapman sat opposite me as he worked on his second egg sandwich and lukewarm cup of coffee.