Most Dangerous Place (Mass Market)
A Jack Swyteck Novel
Harper, 9780062440587, 480pp.
Publication Date: September 26, 2017
According to the FBI, the most dangerous place for a woman between the ages of twenty and thirty is in a relationship with a man. Those statistics become all too personal when Jack Swyteck takes on a new client from his past, in this spellbinding tale of suspense.
It begins at the airport, where Jack is waiting to meet his old high school buddy Kevin Ingraham, a high-powered banker based in Hong Kong, coming to Miami for his young daughter’s surgery. But their long-awaited reunion is abruptly derailed when the police arrest Kevin’s wife, Isabelle. She is accused of conspiring to kill the man who raped her in college. Jack quickly agrees to represent Isa, but soon discovers that to see justice done, he must separate the truth from lies—an undertaking that proves more complicated than the seasoned attorney expects.
Inspired by an actual case, James Grippando’s twisty thriller brilliantly explores the fine line between victim and perpetrator, innocence and guilt, and cold-blooded revenge and rightful retribution.
About the Author
James Grippando is a New York Times bestselling author of suspense. He was a trial lawyer for twelve years before the publication of his first novel, The Pardon, in 1994. He is now counsel at the law firm of Boies Schiller Flexner LLP and an adjunct professor of law and modern literature at the University of Miami School of Law. His novels are enjoyed world-wide in twenty-eight languages, and his novel Gone Again won the 2017 Harper Lee Prize in Legal Fiction. He lives in South Florida.
Praise For Most Dangerous Place: A Jack Swyteck Novel…
— St. Louis Post-Dispatch
“Grippando gets underway with a bang and never lets up, springing a series of carefully calibrated surprises in and out of the courtroom guaranteed to catch even the canniest readers unaware. ”
— Kirkus Reviews
“Grippando’s newest novel will please his longtime readers and appeal to new fans who enjoy unraveling mysteries.”
— Florida Book Review