Dead Lawyers Don't Lie

Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A mysterious killer who calls himself The Artist is assassinating wealthy lawyers in San Francisco When war veteran Jake Wolfe accidentally takes his picture during a murder The Artist adds Jake to h

Dead Lawyers Don t Lie by Mark Nolan Dead Lawyers Don t Lie has , ratings and reviews Vicki said I really enjoyed reading Dead Lawyers Don t Lie the story was in depth, intense an Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Gripping Thriller Jake Wolfe Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Gripping Thriller Jake Wolfe Book Kindle edition by Mark Nolan Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Jake Wolfe Novel by Mark Nolan Photojournalist, Jake Wolfe, has been working on an investigative news piece about lawyers like Caxton The story takes off immediately when Jake is Mark Nolan Author of Dead Lawyers Don t Lie About Mark Nolan Subscribe to Mark s reader newsletter by visiting marknolanMark Nolan is the author of Dead Lawyers Don t Lie, and the sequel, Vi Customer reviews Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Gripping Thriller Jake Wolfe Book at Read honest and unbiased product Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Jake Wolfe Novel By Mark Nolan Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Jake Wolfe Novel By Mark Nolan Featured Book for April Mark Nolan Welcome Welcome to the world Mark Nolan About the author Mark s first novel, Dead Lawyers Don t Lie, was a Top Bestseller in the Kindle Store Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Gripping Thriller Jake Wolfe Dead Lawyers Don t Lie A Gripping Thriller Jake Wolfe Book eBook Mark Nolan Kindle Store Dead Lawyers Don t Lie Jake Wolfe Book One Blogger Nolan s premier novel, Dead Lawyers Don t Lie, is an amazing thriller I just really enjoyed this book It was an exciting, suspenseful page turner. Goddess Fish Promotions Review Tour Dead Lawyers Don t The killer aimed his weapon at the pregnant lawyer s rounded belly He said Bye bye baby, and pulled the trigger War veteran Jake Wolfe and his former

  • Title: Dead Lawyers Don't Lie
  • Author: MarkNolan
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  • A mysterious killer who calls himself The Artist is assassinating wealthy lawyers in San Francisco When war veteran Jake Wolfe accidentally takes his picture during a murder, The Artist adds Jake to his kill list and he becomes a target in a deadly game of cat and mouse that only one of them can survive How far would you go to protect your loved ones from a killer JakeA mysterious killer who calls himself The Artist is assassinating wealthy lawyers in San Francisco When war veteran Jake Wolfe accidentally takes his picture during a murder, The Artist adds Jake to his kill list and he becomes a target in a deadly game of cat and mouse that only one of them can survive How far would you go to protect your loved ones from a killer Jake wants to leave his secret, violent past life behind him But the reluctant, flawed hero can t ignore his duty and his personal moral compass This gripping thriller is full of suspense, plot twists and surprises It features a cast of interesting characters, including several strong willed women, two wise cracking San Francisco Police Homicide Inspectors, one highly intelligent dog, and a philosophical killer who shares Jake s admiration for Van Gogh paintings but still plans to kill him anyway As Jake gets closer to unraveling a merciless conspiracy, his life gets turned upside down and the danger level increases, adding to the growing suspense This entertaining page turner starts out as a murder mystery and then shifts gears into a high speed action thriller that takes you on a roller coaster ride to the riveting ending A good read for those who enjoy mysteries, suspense, action and adventure, vigilante justice, unique characters, witty dialogue and a little romance too On sale in over a dozen countries around the world Be the first among your friends to read it Fans of Kindle Unlimited will be happy to know that this book was recently among the top 50 most popular titles in Kindle Unlimited, and named as a Kindle Unlimited All Star.

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    1. I really enjoyed reading Dead Lawyers Don't Lie. the story was in-depth, intense and very suspenseful. I found Jake to be a strong intense character that had a devoted heart and a sense of honor that is so common in military men. Beneath the rough and ready exterior was a man that wanted order, right, and fairness in his life. Cody was a lovely side character that just made the story flow even better. There was such a bond between Jake and Cody. It was touching to see. The other characters were [...]

    2. Title: Dead Lawyers Don't Lie: A Gripping ThrillerAuthor: Mark NolanPublisher: M.N.Series: Jake Wolfe Book OneReviewed By: Arlena DeanRating: FiveReview:"Dead Lawyers Don't Lie" by Mark NolanMy Thoughts.What a good read! This author really knows how to keep your attention even when it is a long intriguing read. I found the characters [Jake, Sarah, Terrell, Beth,Codythe dog & Zhukov] to name a few were all well developed, complexed, well portrayed and so well believed giving the reader a gr [...]

    3. This had the potential to be a very good novel, a bit on the Hollywood action/thriller movie side, with a good plot and a great cast of masculine figures. Especially the hero, Jack, a photojournalist, former marine and dog handler, and the villain, a bipolar Russian hit man that just was an awesome powerful and conflicted character.By the way, I rooted for him during the whole story ;)The sidekicks were fine too, the lawyers (the good ones and the bad ones), the cop friend, and so on. In fact al [...]

    4. Author underestimates reader's intelligence, constantly over explaining everything.Great characters put into a more and more unrealistic plot. Character conversations are well done and fun. Author over explains as if trying to show off his research.

    5. Read my full review here:rosepointpublishing/2016/Dead Lawyers Don't Lie: A Jake Wolfe NovelMark NolanTired of books that end before you have a chance to get to know the characters, the motivation, the plot? Look no further than "Dead Lawyers Don't Lie," by Mark Nolan. Once I really got into this book, it became a reward for the day--Jake Wolfe is the really bad-assed good guy--ex-Marine. He's been there, seen it all. His attitude evolved with each new scar on his well honed body. He has the con [...]

    6. At 630 pages, this isn't just a book, it's a commitment! Usually when I read a book this long it is nonfiction. Jake Wolfe has been a Marine, a special black ops assassin, CIA killer, and now is a photojournalist. He just happens to be at the wrong place at the wrong time and accidentally photographs an assassin-for-hire who calls himself The Artist. The Russian's current job is to kill 3 lawyers for a global group of filthy rich corporate creeps and the murder Jake saw was the first. Each of th [...]

    7. I had not read anything from this author so was not sure what to expect. I was so pleasantly pleased to find a new favorite author. Mr. Nolan was able to quickly draw me into his story, and never let me leave until the end. I found myself feeling like I was right there watching the action throughout the book. I do have trouble labeling where this book should be classified - it fits so very many. There is nothing but action, thriller, suspense, romance, and comedy. I also appreciated how much res [...]

    8. "A Very Magnetic Thriller"In this amazingly written thriller, it's a fact, "Dead Lawyers Can't Lie." Too many lawyers today are in the sport of money making by defending the guilty especially those clients who are rich, famous, and probably politicians, too. In this action-packed story, Jake Wolfe is a photo journalist who accidentally photographs the serial killer known as "The Artist." The killer has a long list of those he seeks who demeans the goal of our legal system, "Justice For All." No [...]

    9. Nolan's premier novel, "Dead Lawyers Don't Lie, is a real turner. This fast paced novel reads like a thrilling roller coaster ride full of twists and turns. As a voracious reader of murder mysteries myself, his writing style rivals that of even Grisham's . This book caused me a few sleepless nights, unable to put the book down, unwilling to wait to see how the twists and turns would end up! This book will make you laugh one minute, cry the next and then want to throw it across the room. I can se [...]

    10. This book is at least twice as long as most books I read. I wish I could give it twice as many stars. WOW! Someone make this into a movie. The author asked if I would like to read his book. I am so glad he did. A fantastic action adventure. I look forward to the further adventures of Jake and Cody. This story made me laugh, cry, my heart pound and if I were a nail biter I would have been chewing on them. Do yourself a favor and read this exciting book. I have already told my husband that he will [...]

    11. This is one of the worst books I've ever read. In hindsight, I can't believe that I actually forced myself to finish it. The plot is ridiculous. The characters are unrealistic. The writing is clique and disjointed. The incompetence credited to all law enforcement agencies; FBI, Secret Service, San Francisco PD, is insulting. At 300 pages it would have been just a bad book, but at 600 pages the author should be charged with reader abuse.

    12. This has to be one of the absolute corneiest books I have ever read! It is written on a 5th grade level, chocked full of cliches with names of French wines, weapons and ammunition tossed in to impress. The story is totally out there, most of it has retroactive explanations stuck in to attempt to make it believable. The only thing I can say is that I was able to finish it because it kept you wondering what supernatural thing would be pulled out next.

    13. This book is a good, exciting story, but the writing leaves a lot to be desired. The author at the end thanks his "many proofreaders and editors," but the book doesn't read as if it ever came close to an editor. The story rambles on and on, long tedious descriptions of scenes and conversations. A good editor could have done wonders with this book.I give it a rating of 5 for the story, and 1 for the writing.

    14. I hadn't heard of this author before and was delighted to be introduced to their writing, especially after having read this blurb to this thriller/suspense read. I love books that involve a 'you saw too much and now' feel. They are one of the ones that keep you on your toes and really connect you with the runner. I liked the premise of this book, but some of the suspense and excitement got lost and muddled in the words, as some of the scenes were overly wordy. I could easily see they were trying [...]

    15. Wow, this book really impressed me. It’s full of memorable and diverse characters. I really enjoyed the background the Author has put into each one of them, and for me this is one of the highlights of this wonderful book. Richard Caxton makes his money from being a rich man’s lawyer. He helps the ridiculously rich men and women get out of their guilty transgressions. Lying has made him a very rich man, and he was top of the world until he was shot dead. Photojournalist Jake Wolfe just happen [...]

    16. Jake Wolfe is a photojournalist trailing a criminal lawyer in the hope of getting a story, but he gets more than he bargains for when he witnesses a murder and becomes a target of assassin Ivan Zhukov. Also known as The Artist for his creative and artistic kills, Ivan has been contracted by a mysterious international organization to kill several lawyers. But what is their real agenda? Will Jake be able to stop him in time?While the story is good, the book is overly long and needs a severe edit. [...]

    17. This book was a struggle to finish. If you are a Clancy fan, do not read this clap trap. Clancy did his research, Nolan clearly does not. I agree with one reviewer, that he over explains everything. That being said, there are waaaay too many details in this story where it is obvious that he has no clue as to what he is writing about. I am a former Army nurse, married to a cop, and I just cringed over the implausible details of this story line. Breast cancer picked up on an OB ultrasound?!? For t [...]

    18. Truly an outstanding novel in every respect. The plot is imaginative and full of suspense. The characters are very realistic, and the interplay between the characters is extremely entertaining. The writing itself is crisp, but includes a number of mini-sermons on various aspects of military and civilian culture, and more than you want to know about exotic foods. Important scenes are described in loving detail, often in a way that sets up the suspense. Jake Wolfe is almost bigger than life, but c [...]

    19. Ex Marine Jake Wolfe and his military dog Cody become targets of a Russian hit-man killing San Francisco lawyers in various artful ways. What the "attorney assassin" doesn't know is Jake and Cody are not what they seem and quickly prove to be dangerous adversaries in this sharp mystery/thriller. Likable characters with great back stories, witty dialogue and an unforgettably lethal bad guy with mysterious employers power the action in this very entertaining debut crime fiction. It's also a very g [...]

    20. I definitely had a love, hate relationship with this book. When I began to read the book I wasn't very impressed at all. I couldn't really figure out who was who and what the story was really about. So I decided that I needed to continue on in order to give a fair review. I'm so glad I did. The author has written a very intricate mystery that kept me guessing throughout the book. The action is explosive and at times very intense. Jake is a former Marine who has a keen sense of awareness of his s [...]

    21. An interesting read though predictable and cliched at times. His prospective girlfriend (the vet) following down a dark stairwell during a potential gunfight so that she can care for the dog is about the dumbest thing I have ever read.

    22. Ups and DownsAction and law enforcement sequences terrific. Some of the plotlines got contrived, as did the dialog. Tried too hard, especially in the love interest parts.

    23. EnjoyedThis is the best book I have read lately and I have read some good ones. It's one that you don't want to put down.

    24. michellebookends/"As Jake observed the lawyers and recorded them on video he felt a weird sense of impending danger and a tingling at the back of his neck. It was something he'd felt a few times while deployed in the military. He checked his car mirrors and looked around the area but didn't see anything unusual so he turned his attention back to Caxton"We start off with lawyer Richard Caxton lying to get his client off. Without any remorse, and enjoying his life and his money- and his equally mo [...]

    25. WOW! This book had everything I would expect to find in a suspenseful thriller. This has been the longest book that I have read in quite some time, but it was worth every moment. It was fast paced, action packed and a page-turner. It kept me glued to the pages, as I was eager to discover how it would unfold.This is the author’s first novel and I was impressed. The plot was intricately woven, and it kept me captive from the first page. The story did not let up on the action and suspense until t [...]

    26. Good storyIt was good story. I agree with the other reviews on the fact that there is a lot of filler. I also felt like the story was winding down at about 40 percent thru the book. However it did pick back up. I thought the second half the book was much better than the first.

    27. NailbiterFor the suspence in the storyline there were conversions that had me laughing so hard I had tears in my eyes and my sides hurt

    28. Jake Wolfe, former Marine ( and probably a lot more than that), is living and working in San Francisco as a photo-journalist.One day as he is at the golf course scoping out an attorney for a story, Jake watches as the man is shot and killed right there on the course. Looking up through his telephoto lens, he snaps a perfect picture of the killer and the killer gets a perfect view of Jake. Jake's marine buddy, best friend and SFPD investigator, Terrell shows up at the scene, Jake gives him all he [...]

    29. Dead Lawyers Don't Lie is an best-seller that has a kick butt title and starts off strong. The main character, Jake Wolfe is intriguing as the hero, and the premise's hook reels you in. I consider myself a cross-genre reader and tightly constructed thrillers always appeal to me.This book is a bit heavy on the details and dialogue and drags in the middle a bit because of it. Obviously you need both details and dialogue in a thriller but the length of some of the passages did make me skip several [...]

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