How to Kill a Client

by Joanna Jenkins | Unknown |
ISBN: 9781761066832 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Beryl_Be on 1/7/2024
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Journal Entry 1 by Beryl_Be on Sunday, January 7, 2024
Taking on law's old boys club can have deadly results... A gripping thriller from a bold new voice about misogyny, corruption and the legal industry.

'Everyone is going to say what a great guy and a great lawyer he was. He wasn't. He was a prick ... And a shithouse lawyer.'

Gavin Jones is dead at thirty-nine. As a lawyer who controlled millions of dollars in fees per year, he was legal firm Howard Greene's biggest client and wielded that power with manipulative contempt. But he saved his worst behaviour for women, at work and at home.

The partners of Howard Greene relied on his favour to fund their lavish lifestyles. If sycophantic admiration of the man was all it took to secure work from Gavin, that's what they delivered.

Journal Entry 2 by Beryl_Be at Riddik Cafe in Templestowe Lower, Victoria Australia on Monday, May 27, 2024

Released 2 wks ago (5/27/2024 UTC) at Riddik Cafe in Templestowe Lower, Victoria Australia


Left at Riddik cafe. Happy reading.

Journal Entry 3 by wingmarmee463wing at Templestowe Lower, Victoria Australia on Thursday, May 30, 2024
Caught today at Riddik Cafe.

Journal Entry 4 by wingmarmee463wing at Templestowe, Victoria Australia on Monday, June 10, 2024
This the debut novel of Aussie Joanna Jenkins and is a terrific start to her writing career. It is very well written with an interesting story line and many well fleshed out characters.
It is a mystery that flows along nicely, that is humorous in parts, is well paced and an entertaining read.

Released 1 hr ago (6/16/2024 12:00 AM UTC) at Melbourne Central New Little Library in Melbourne CBD, Victoria Australia


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