Jury Double by Edward Stewart

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Vince Cardozo is a New York cop who's seen too much and can't forget enough. Now this prince of the city has walked into a case that challenges everything he's ever believed about law and order.

Corey Lyle is a cult leader tied to a bloody bombing and the murder of a prominent Manhattan couple.  But as a woman prosecutor and a flamboyant defense attorney duel in court over Lyle's fate, a time bomb is ticking away:  one juror is not the person she claims to be.

Anne Bingham entered into the deception as a simple favor to her twin sister. Suddenly she's at the center of a storm of murder and kidnapping that could blow the Corey Lyle trial out of the water--and take away everything she holds dear....

Master storyteller Edward Stewart unleashes his most powerful novel yet--a blistering tale of deception, passion, and crime and punishment on both sides of the law.


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Published October 10, 1996 by Headline Book Publishing. 314 pages
Genres: Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Horror. Fiction

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In this latest thriller by the author of Mortal Grace and Deadly Rich, a cult leader is on trial for murder, and the government will do anything to ensure a conviction. One twin, seeing the jury's seq

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