Snap Judgment

Snap Judgment In the third installment of Marcia Clark s bestselling series attorney Samantha Brinkman s investigation into a family s deadly secrets is compromised by a threat from her past When the daughter of p

  • Title: Snap Judgment
  • Author: Marcia Clark
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  • Page: 188
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  • In the third installment of Marcia Clark s bestselling series, attorney Samantha Brinkman s investigation into a family s deadly secrets is compromised by a threat from her past When the daughter of prominent civil litigator Graham Hutchins is found with her throat slashed, the woman s spurned ex boyfriend seems the likely suspect But only days later, the young man diesIn the third installment of Marcia Clark s bestselling series, attorney Samantha Brinkman s investigation into a family s deadly secrets is compromised by a threat from her past.When the daughter of prominent civil litigator Graham Hutchins is found with her throat slashed, the woman s spurned ex boyfriend seems the likely suspect But only days later, the young man dies in what appears to be a suicide Or was it Now authorities are faced with a possible new crime And their person of interest is Hutchins After all, avenging the death of his daughter is the perfect reason to kill If he s as innocent as he claims, only one lawyer has what it takes to prove it his friend and colleague Samantha Brinkman.It s Sam s obligation to trust her new client Yet the deeper she digs on his behalf, the entangled she becomes in a thicket of family secrets, past betrayals, and multiple motives for murder To win her case, she s prepared to bend any law and cross any boundary that stands in her way Sam has always played by her own rules, and it s always worked so far But this case cuts so deep and so personal that one false move could cost her everything.

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    1. Not like her other books.Had a hard time reading this book, but finished it. Filled with repeated interviews of same suspects and what to eat morning, noon and at night. Don't understand the emphasis on eating. There is a good plot, but it didn't move. Marcia Clark definitely made me think twice before buying her next book.

    2. First and foremost, a large thank you to NetGalley, Marcia Clark and Thomas & Mercer for providing me with a copy of this publication, which allows me to provide you with an unbiased review.Marcia Clark is back with the third instalment of the Samantha Brinkman series, perhaps the best novel yet. After Alicia Hutchins is tired of her controlling boyfriend, Roan Sutton, she chooses to dump him to relieve herself of the burden. In an act of apparent retribution, naked selfies of Alicia appear [...]

    3. A young woman sends a text to her boyfriend, breaking everything off with him. Days later, she is found dead with her throat cut. The most likely suspect the ex-boyfriend who is known to be controlling and needs anger management classes.But then several days later, he is also found dead of a suicide. Or was it murder? The cops re-open the case this time looking at the woman's' father who had the most reason to want him dead.Graham Hutchins turns to Samantha Brinkman when it becomes obvious he [...]

    4. Just like its two predecessors, I loved this book. So much, in fact, that I really hope the author reconsiders the three-book series and brings readers more tales about super-cool but flawed attorney Samantha Brinkman.For those thinking about diving in, I will say the water will be more comfortable if you start at the beginning (Blood Defense followed by Moral Defense). I had no trouble following the goings-on in any of the books including this one, but I'm also sure I got far more out of each o [...]

    5. "The beauty of being a defense lawyer is that I don't have to prove anything. All I have to do is poke enough holes in the People's case to give the jury reasonable doubt."Marcia Clark is no stranger to the world of high-profile legal battles. Her role as the lead prosecutor on the infamous OJ Simpson trial and countless others provides her with an intimate understanding of all the going ons of that world. For us readers, this wealth of knowledge has translated into some stellar works of fiction [...]

    6. At 463 pages, Clark offers us a fairly lengthy legal thriller. Like most legal thrillers, the focus is on the resolution of the confusing puzzle rather than on a shootout or other physical battle. The best part of the novel is the relentlessness of the driving plot. It is not consumed with describing everything in poetic imagery but on Irving together the answer to a riddle by meeting again and again with witnesses and constantly brainstorming. In it, Clark touches on issues such as online haras [...]

    7. "I pretty much assume all my clients are guiltyNot that it matters. I'm here to fight for them regardless."Samantha Brinkman, defense attorney, finally lands a paying client -- unlike the typical sleazeballs she's forced to represent. Her client, Graham Hutchins, is a corporate lawyer who just might have killed his daughter's boyfriend. The catch is that many believe that said boyfriend had murdered Graham's daughter. This is one long and convoluted story full of all sorts of legal manuevering, [...]

    8. RATING: 2 STARS(I received an ARC from the NETGALLEY)(Review Not on Blog)I am too sad to review this one. I love the Rachel Knight series, and I have really tried with the Samantha Brinkman series. I have been generous in my reviews, rating and expectations. I read and finished this one only because I requested this and felt guilty. I did not like the plot, the main characters are blah and honestly as soon as I finished the ending I forgot what happened. I am not requesting the next book, unless [...]

    9. Loved it and as always with Samantha Brickman's series I had a trouble putting the book down. I really hope the series continue <3

    10. I really enjoy Marcia Clark and the Samantha Brinkman series, so I was stalking Netgalley and Edelweiss hoping to snag an advance copy. Thanks to the publisher for granting one to me! I'd love to say that I LOVED this book but for me it was an okay read. The story lines were absolutely captivating, from the murder of a young college co-ed to the death of her estranged exboyfriend that looks like a suicide but isn't, to a the B story about a girl who'd run away from home, witnessed a murder and w [...]

    11. Samantha Brinkman is an interesting character. She is very likeable, even though she goes outside the law to get what she wants/needs. I basically liked Snap Judgment, but it was too long. It dragged somewhat for me in the middle. I received an ARC from the publisher through NetGalley.

    12. Attorney Samantha Brinkman barely makes ends meet in her law firm made up of two employees Michy, office manager and Alex, investigator. She may have a paying customer, litigator Graham Hutchins, whose daughter was found with her throat slit. The obvious suspect is the boyfriend she broke up with and he is found hanging in his apartment. Is it suicide or did Graham off the boyfriend for killing the daughter? Samantha goes about setting up a possible defense for Graham. She's also dealing with pa [...]

    13. After Alicia broke up with her boyfriend, he posted naked selfies of her on a revenge porn site---with a note that she was into rape fantasies. Days later, she was found dead, her throat slashed. The ex is obviously a suspect but wasn't arrestedd later, he's found dead (suicide via hanging). Except maybe it WASN'T a suicide. Maybe Alicia's father did it. This is the third Samantha Brinkman novel and my favorite of the three (a high bar; all are excellent). I love that, though she iswe'll go with [...]

    14. Sam has a problem client - or two. Two brothers in fact - nasty pieces of work, want her to find out why and who ensured that their brother, also her client, got put in the wrong jail section. and thus got killed by the presiding gang - their gang's enemies. And they were getting nastier at each meeting.In the meantime, Sam is trying to earn a living. And helping a family who were being systematically abused by the step-father. As was typical. Too much work and not enough time or resources or mo [...]

    15. The first two novels in the series were pretty good-sadly I could not say the same for this one. The over all story was just not there-it made no sense and the secondary story was just as bad and was not needed. I was also tired of the food reference and I was tired of the main characters which is not good. I also thought at time there was too much going on in a single page of the novel-it was frenzied. I do npt see my self reading another one in this series

    16. DifferentThis was a different type of murder mystery, from the starving attorney's point of view. It was a Kindle free giveaway which, frankly seemed rather repetitious. There was a ton of interviewing, eating and drinking. Most attorney's would not have time for that many out of the office calls. The solutions to the deaths were surprising but the whole story didn't entertain too well.

    17. When the daughter of prominent civil litigator Graham Hutchins is found with her throat slashed, the woman’s spurned ex-boyfriend seems the likely suspect. But only days later, the young man dies in what appears to be a suicide. Or was it? Now authorities are faced with a possible new crime. And their person of interest is Hutchins. After all, avenging the death of his daughter is the perfect reason to kill. If he’s as innocent as he claims, only one lawyer has what it takes to prove it: his [...]

    18. Third in a series about Sam Brinkman, our criminal defense attorney with a difficult childhood and a penchant for high profile cases and troubling former clients. The high profile case involves the death of a freshman USC daughter of a frequent Court TV sparring partner; not quite a friend but more than an acquaintance. As the sordid details of her last several days come into focus, and her sleazy boyfriend seems the likely perpetrator of her death, he turns up dead. Soon her fellow attorney is [...]

    19. This is the third book in Marcia Clark's series about defence attorney Samantha Brinkman who is a refreshing character in the mystery/thriller genre with a legal twist, but Clark doesn't bore the reader with long courtroom procedings.Clark's writing style is really pleasant, and the plot develops logically but with realistic twists and turns along the way, which makes the series - including this book - a really pleasant and interesting read. Sometimes certain elements in a book can be really ann [...]

    20. I wasn't able to read Any of the prologue because of the preselected, unchangeable font. Looks good in a book, bad in an ereader. I'll have to shelve this book until I get to my computer with Kindle reader.

    21. 3 STARS - I LIKED ITAUDIOBOOKWhat Marcia Clark does best in her books is write really great characters. Sam, Michelle and Alex are the main team members of Sam's legal practice. Sam and Michelle have been friends since childhood and Alex is a computer genius/hacker who got caught once and Sam represented him. They are really great together. They work hard but also truly like each other. They banter and laugh and hangout after work. They are what keep Marcia Clark books from being too serious or [...]

    22. Samantha Brinkman Finally Has a Client Who Can Really Pay and Tries To Save Her and a Witness’s Life.The novel opens with what looks like a diary of a young freshman coed, Alicia, who is a victim of revenge porn. In it, she blames her boyfriend. Shortly thereafter, she is found dead in her bathtub with her throat cut. She is the daughter of a prominent local civil litigator, Graham Hutchins. Again, shortly after Alicia’s death the boyfriend is discovered in an apparent suicide by hanging. Gr [...]

    23. Last fall, I reviewed Moral Defense, by Marcia Clark (yes, THAT Marcia Clark, of OJ Simpson trial fame), which was the second in the series featuring criminal defense attorney Samantha Brinkman, based in Marcia’s turf, Los Angeles. Sam first showed up in Blood Defense, the first title in this series, in which she defended a decorated homicide detective accused in a double murder. That defendant is a recurring character in the series, as are Sam’s two associates (one of these is a genius ex-c [...]

    24. If you thought a fiction novel by an attorney would be stale, dry, and unappealing, then look again. Yes, Snap Judgment is by "that" Marcia Clark and she has a winning title in this third of the Samantha Brinkman series.In this novel, Samantha, better known as Sam, must come to the aid of her colleague, civil litigator Graham Hutchins. His USC freshman daughter, Alicia Hutchins, has been found with her throat slashed shortly after she tried to end a disastrous affair with a college companion, Ro [...]

    25. Samantha Brinkman is the kick-ass hero criminal lawyer you've been missing in your life, unless of course you've already discovered how amazing Marcia Clark's protagonist is through her first two books, Blood Defense and Moral Defense. The third novel in the series, Snap Judgment, shows that she just keeps getting better and better at this. Alicia Hutchins is a fairly average college kid. Maybe a little smarter, maybe a little more in need of letting off steam after surviving a very full schedu [...]

    26. A case of inconsistencies and coincidencesa good lawyer knows that there is no such thing as coincidences. This is my third run with Samantha Brinkman and her tribe of characters. Samantha a defense lawyer; with her private investigator, Alex and her office manager and long time friend Michy. The relationship between them is the driving force to the plot and the character development. You read as you are part of the 3 amigo's. You become the silent amigo. The introduction of the plot lays it hea [...]

    27. Another masterfully crafted thriller from Marcia Clark, ripped from the headlines to deliver a believable storyline and relatable characters. This is the third installment in the Samantha Brinkman series, and Clark continues to impress with her skill and knowledge. This book is a little edgier than the previous two, but it is still a fantastic read. Clark slowly builds the plot and ratchets up the tension throughout as Sam methodically works the case. She leaves no stone unturned and no lead und [...]

    28. "Snap Judgment" is the third book in Marcia Clarke's bestselling Samantha Brinkman series, and proves to be just as engaging as the two previous instalments.Taking place a few months after the previous book Samantha is busy with business as usual, until she hears the news that her colleague Graham Hutchins daughter has been brutally murdered. Days later, his daughter's boyfriend (and presumed killer) is also found dead- and suspicions that he was killed by the grieving father quickly arise. In t [...]

    29. Snap JudgmentBy:Marcia ClarkWhat's it's about:the third installment of Marcia Clark’s bestselling series, attorney Samantha Brinkman’s investigation into a family’s deadly secrets is compromised by a threat from her past.When the daughter of prominent civil litigator Graham Hutchins is found with her throat slashed, the woman’s spurned ex-boyfriend seems the likely suspect. But only days later, the young man dies in what appears to be a suicide. Or was it? Now authorities are faced with [...]

    30. Although this is book number three in her Samantha Brinkman series, you do not have to have read the other stories in order to fully enjoy this one. There is just enough back story given from the other novels to fill in any blanks the reader may have. Once again, Ms. Clark has manged to weave together a gripping tale unlike anything I have read before. Filled with betrayal, deception and a whole ton of intrigue Snap Judgement will pull you in and keep you glued to the pages until the very last w [...]

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