Betrayal

· Dismas Hardy Book 12 · Sold by Penguin
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About this ebook

New York Times bestselling author John Lescroart presents an ambitious thriller featuring San Francisco defense attorney Dismas Hardy.

Betrayal  is provocative…a tour de force of a legal thriller.”—The Providence Journal

Dismas Hardy agrees to take an appeal to overturn the murder conviction of National Guard reservist Evan Scholler. Scholler had plenty of reasons for revenge—but as Dismas delves into the case, he begins to uncover a terrible truth that drops him right into the complicated world of government conspiracy, assassination, and betrayal...
4.0
5 reviews
Third-party review
I keep listening to Lescroart, trying to find another book in the series as good as The Motive. The back story for the book was just so-so, but I liked the Glitsky/Hardy part. There was too much of the back story and not enough of the odd duo. Took me a few tries to get into it.
Third-party review
A new approach to the Dismas Hardy - Abe Glitzky series, more than one half of the book does not involve the two characters but instead establishes the story of a soldier in Iraq and back in the Bay area. As with all of Lescroart's books, this proved a fast and entertaining read.
Third-party review
When Evan Scholler is sent to Iraq, his duties bring him in contact with Ron Nolan who undertakes mercenary work for a large american security contractor. Evan returns home to discover Ron has taken ...

About the author

John Lescroart is the New York Times bestselling author of more than twenty-five novels including the Dismas Hardy series. He lives in Northern California.

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