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             Product Description-Cold Truth (Lou Mason Thrillers)
 Crime fiction novels with attitude - Cold Truth - A Lou Mason ThrillerWhen a troubled young woman turns herself in for murder,
Lou Mason takes the case. But his instinct tells him that something about her story doesn't add up. To catch the killer, Lou dives
    into a sordid world of money, drugs and a devastating black market where the price of truth is paid in blood. It's a riveting,
  page-turning legal thriller that just keeps on giving!This is a legal thriller written the way criminal law should be practiced: from
the gut. And it's one of the premier crime novels of the year. If you love the suspense, thrills and excitement of James Patterson,
    you'll love Joel Goldman's Cold Truth.Praise for Cold Truth"Wanted for good writing: Joel Goldman strikes again with Cold
     Truth." The Kansas City Star"It's a suspenseful, gritty story that keeps the reader engrossed till the very end." The Facts,
 Brazosport, TX"Joel Goldman's Cold Truth offers us a fast-paced legal thriller...This one makes good beach reading." The Pilot
   Southern Pines"Joel Goldman is the real deal. In Cold Truth, Lou Mason goes his namesake, Perry, one better and ought to
  make Kansas City a must-stop on the lawyer/thriller map." John Lescroart, bestselling authorExperience the Lou Mason series
   of crime fiction novelsJoel Goldman's heroes and heroines are satisfyingly human, flawed but well-meaning and essentially
  good. His settings are pure Kansas City, totally convincing and reflecting the author's love of - and fascination with - his home
 town. All topped off with a mind-blowing plot and a keen eye for legal details.Get a grip on Lou Mason's thrilling world with Cold
 Truth. Don't miss the first book in the Lou Mason thriller series, Motion To Kill. Then grab Shakedown and The Dead Man, Joel
  Goldman's popular thrillers featuring ex-FBI Special Agent, Jack Davis."I'm in my sixth decade as a fourth generation Kansas
  Citian. I spent twenty-eight years as a trial lawyer and plan to spend at least as many as a writer. I started writing when one of
  my law partners complained about another and I suggested we write a murder mystery, kill the SOB off in the first chapter and
  spend the rest of the book figuring out who did it. So I did. Read the rest of the story on my websites at joelgoldman.com and
                                                   joelgoldman.co.uk." Joel Goldman



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Customer Reviews:
16 of 17 people found the following review helpful

solid legal thriller, February 1, 2004 By Harriet Klausner
     This review is from: Cold Truth (Mass Market Paperback) In Kansas City, TV news reporters catch nationally syndicated
popular psychiatrist Dr. Gina Davenport falling from her eighth floor office to her death. Her local radio station manager Arthur
Hackett and his wife Carol hire lawyer Lou Mason to defend their troubled twenty-one year old daughter Jordan, who confesses
that she pushed the doctor out the window.Lou has doubts as some discrepancies exist in Jordan's account of the event and
her actions leading to the murder. Instead he wonders whether former felon, the Svengali-like Centurion Johnson, head of
Sanctuary, a place for troubled youth that includes Jordan who is living there, is influencing his client. If the answer is yes as he
suspects he wonders how to prove this is so when Jordan seems uninterested in helping her own defense.Though Lou's latest
falling in love is fun, Abby Lieberman' "side confession" is a distracter from a solid legal thriller that never slows down until the
final attempt on the hero's life. Lou...



5 of 5 people found the following review helpful Worth a Try, October 23, 2011 By skhoov "skhoov" (Dubuque, Iowa United
States)
This review is from: Cold Truth (Lou Mason Thrillers) (Kindle Edition) I received a complimentary copy of this book in exchange
for my review. Attorney Lou Mason is caught in a tangle of deception as he attempts to defend a troubled young woman (Jordan
Hackett) accused of double murder. Multiple suspects are found and none fit just right except Jordan. I agree with what another
reviewer said about this book, "I had a hard time keeping all the characters straight as Goldman introduced them at a rapid-fire
pace, resulting in many character sketches but few fully realized personalities." The main story was interesting enough but the
ending was a surprise. Not usually my type of book, but worth the read.

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful

An interesting mystery, September 5, 2011 By SimonSnickers
This review is from: Cold Truth (Lou Mason Thrillers) (Kindle Edition) (Note: I received a free Kindle copy of this book in
exchange for my review.)In Cold Truth, attorney Lou Mason is caught in a tangle of deceit and multiple suspects as he attempts
to defend a troubled girl accused of double murder.I had a hard time keeping all the characters straight as Goldman introduced
them at a rapid-fire pace, resulting in many character sketches but few fully realized personalities. The mystery itself was
interesting enough, and I didn't suspect the ending.Overall, I didn't much care about any of the characters, and a romance
kindled between Lou and another character seemed abrupt and not very believable - more of a plot device than a real interest
between the characters.

								
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