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Author: John Peakes,Gene Hackman
ISBN13: 978-1593556655
Title: Justice For None
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Language: English
Category: Thrillers and Suspense
Publisher: Brilliance Audio; Abridged edition (May 28, 2005)

Justice For None by John Peakes,Gene Hackman

Justice for None Audio, Cassette – Abridged, Audiobook. by. Gene Hackman (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. Story time just got better with Prime Book Box, a subscription that delivers hand-picked children’s books every 1, 2, or 3 months - at 40% off List Price. Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Gene Hackman is the coauthor of two previous novels, Justice for None and Wake of the Perdido Star, with Daniel Lenihan, a leading underwater archaeologist who writes frequently for Natural History magazine and is the author of Submerged. Hackman and Lenihan have been friends and neighbors for over a decade and live with their families in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

As the two pursue justice, John Peakes reads with stiff, perfunctory pronunciation of each and every syllable. Peakes makes his way slowly through elaborately described scenery, emotions, and internal ramblings. Not only is Peakes's narration emotionally disconnected from the text, his voice fades in and out when he attempts to differentiate the dialogue between characters. c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine.

Two-time Academy Award-winning actor Gene Hackman is the coauthor of two previous novels, Justice for None and Wake of the Perdido Star, with Daniel Lenihan, a leading underwater archaeologist who writes frequently for Natural History magazine and is the author of Submerged. DANIEL LENIHAN, winner of the George Melendez Wright Award for Excellence, has been diving as a park ranger and archeologist for the National Park Service since 1972, and founded the.

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Publication date 2004. Topics World War, 1914-1918 - Veterans - Fiction. Fugitives from justice - Fiction. African American men - Fiction. Women journalists - Fiction. False testimony - Fiction. Male friendship - Fiction. Race relations - Fiction. Publisher St. Martins Press. Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china. Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive. Contributor Internet Archive.

Gene Hackman grew up as in a newspaper family in Danville, Illinois and is a two-time Oscar-winning actor for Unforgiven and The French Connection. Daniel Lenihan is a leading underwater archaeologist, who writes frequently for Natural History magazine. Hackman and Lenihan have co-authored one previous novel, The Wake of the Perdido Star. Both live in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Dan Lenihan, Gene Hackman.

Hackman at a book signing in 2008. Hackman, Gene, and Daniel Lenihan. New York: St. Martins Press, 2004. ISBN 978-0-312-32425-4.

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In their second novel, Gene Hackman and Daniel Lenihan bring to life the harsh plains and smouldering courtrooms of the Midwest: the small town of Vermilion, Illinois, on the brink of the Great Depression. Boyd Calvin is a troubled World War I veteran on the run from the law, suspected of murdering his estranged wife and her lover. Only a female reporter for the Chicago Tribune and the head of a sanitarium for veterans are not convinced of Boyd's guilt

Hackman, Gene, Lenihan, Daniel
Reviews: 7
A great tale/whodunit… Two unlikely jail-birds, Calvin (a tormented WWI vet accused of a double murder) and George (a rural black-man accused of rape) find themselves thrown together temporarily and their exploits and friendship shapes much of the main portion of the book as things increasingly spin out of control. Both have allies, but in the end they must separately combat the personalities who condemned them. The plot has many twists and turns, many of which left me wondering “now, how are they going to get out of that?” Good word depictions of the place and era – dirt poor, down on their luck, life in prohibition and no air-conditioning; and through all of that the authors keep the action coming – not an intellectual masterpiece, but an emotionally serious page turner.
I was eager to find out what kind of writer Gene Hackman would be and I was not disappointed. I am used to more action packed thrillers. This book, was more along the lines of Stephen King's novel "11/22/63": a look at someone within a well developed period of history. It was, in many ways, very visual---almost as if Gene Hackman were writing something very adaptable to film. I plan to read more of his books.
I wish Gene Hackman would write more books. I have also read a western he wrote called "Payback At Morning Peak" which was excellent. Justice for None is a suspenceful story that will keep you reading to the end. I couldn't put it down because I wanted to get to the end to see how it came out.
Sometimes authors get carried away with too many details - this is one of those books. Some parts were just too damn boring - if you like lots of details, this is your book - I like some, but too many make me lose interest.
First of the co-authored Gene Hackman books I have read. It was OK, however, I prefer his solo writings (2 books- both excellent).
Very interesting book, very well written
Gene Hackman shows that he has talent in more than just acting.
Husband read and said the book was good.