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The Suspect

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When Dr. Caryn Dryden is found floating dead in her hot tub, homicide inspector Devin Juhle targets a suspect close to home: her husband, Stuart Gorman. After all, Stuart recently asked for a divorce...and he stands to gain millions in insurance. His alibi - that he was at his cabin on Echo Lake that weekend - doesn't keep him out of hot water. But maybe a shrewd attorney will. Gina Roake, a partner in Dismas Hardy's firm, is eager to take on such a high-profile case, especially when the client's innocence seems so easy to prove. Yet the more time she spends with Stuart, the more complicated her feelings become; she feels strangely drawn to him at first, then has to confront the possibility of a dark history lurking in his past. Desperate to know the truth, Gina calls in Wyatt Hunt to investigate. Before the facts are in, her client is on the lam; he's already been tried in the press, and so he's certain the courtroom won't bring him any mercy either. Racing to a stunning conclusion as Gina uncovers disturbing answers, John Lescroart spins a chilling story of secrets, love, and lies.



  • The storyline is quite extensive and meandering - a truly intricate mystery with surprising elements that caught me off guard until they were unveiled towards the conclusion. It definitely held my attention. It's a cool twist to have a psychologist as the one solving the mystery instead of a typical detective. I would totally suggest this book to all the mystery enthusiasts out there who enjoy a solid whodunit.
  • I really enjoyed reading this book. The way the characters and their conflicts are revealed gradually is impressive. It builds up to a point of crisis where I genuinely thought the main character couldn't handle any more stress. Thankfully, the situation gets resolved in the end, but it leaves Joseph O'Loughlin with the task of fixing his personal life. I'm excited to continue with the next book in the series, called "Lost." Simon Prebble does a fantastic job narrating the story.
  • I love the the way John Lescroart writes. He keeps me interested from start to finish, but I wouldn't even buy the audiobook if it wasn't read by David Collaci. He really makes the story come alive.0
  • Was great to have a story about another person in the Dismis Hardy law firm. The reader is great. This is action packed with court room drama and the accused is doing everything to convict himself. Looking forward to more books by this author.