The Guilty One
Publish date: March 19th 2013
Publisher: William Morrow Paperbacks
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Book Club
, Mystery Thriller
I could never get into this book. Although the storyline was interesting, the writing was incredibly slow, drawn out and boring. I had to force myself to finish it quickly, as I had no desire to renew it from my library.
When a senseless murder rocks London, Daniel Hunter is assigned to the case. Used to being a voice for troubled youth, it's easy to see why this case is so close to his heart. See, Daniel himself was a troubled youth. He navigated the system, he knows what it's like to feel lost and confused. I thin...
When called upon to defend an 11-year-old accused of killing another child, Daniel Hunter is reminded of his own childhood and the woman who loved him enough to turn his life around.He wanted to give the case up, not because of what it was, but because of what it promised to be… If the boy was charg...
Danny is a successful solicitor, but he once faced a future of incarceration and hardship until the love of his foster mom pulled him away from the proverbial brink. When Danny is asked to defend Sebastian, a ten-year-old boy accused of murdering his eight-year-old friend, he feels compelled to comp...
When I started reading The Guilty One it reminded me of Primal Fear by William Diehl... and it didn't disappoint. I mean, the two stories and the characters are different but the end was similar.In The Guilty One, Daniel takes the defense of Sebastian, an 11 year old boy accused of murdering his lit...
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