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Phillip Margolin


(Phillip Michael Margolin)
USA flag (1944 - )

Phillip Margolin is a criminal defence attorney who has defended several people accused of murder.
 
Series
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Madison Kincaid Mystery (with Ami Margolin Rome)
1. Vanishing Acts (2011)
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Phillip Margolin recommends
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Guilty As Sin (1996)
(Deer Lake, book 2)
Tami Hoag
"A chilling study of evil that holds the reader until the shocking surprise ending."
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The Thirteenth Hour (1996)
Barbara Sofer
"A fast-moving and intelligent thriller."
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Sacrifice (1997)
Mitchell Smith
"A powerful thriller."
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Omega (1997)
Patrick Lynch
"The suspense builds and builds... terrifying."
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Angle of Impact (1998)
Bonnie MacDougal
"Starts fast and keeps moving... Gives readers an insider's view of the way big law firms try big cases."
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Gideon (1999)
Russell Andrews
"A compelling pageturner."
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In Her Defense (2000)
Stephen Horn
"Great fun, a legal thriller with real surprises."
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Savage Art (2000)
Danielle Girard
"Gripping... Scary... kept me reading until the end."
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Cold Justice (2002)
(Kali O'Brien, book 5)
Jonnie Jacobs
"Tense and clever..."
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Juror Number Eleven (2002)
(Mairead O'Clare legal thriller, book 2)
Terry Devane
"A heroine you can root for."
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Ironfire (2003)
David Ball
"An epic adventure with action, suspense, and romance. David Ball brings alive sultan's palaces, the world of corsairs and knights and the realities of 16th-century medicine and combat."
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Final Target (2010)
(Graham Gage, book 1)
Steven Gore
"An action-packed debut thriller."
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Crashers (2010)
(Crashers, book 1)
Dana Haynes
"ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST THRILLERS."
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Hush Money (2012)
(Jack MacTaggart Mysteries, book 1)
Chuck Greaves
"Hush Money is a fast-paced, funny mystery."
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Midnight (2013)
Kevin Egan
"Alfred Hitchcock would have loved Midnight's twisty, original plot."
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The Semper Sonnet (2016)
Seth Margolis
"The Semper Sonnet is a wildly imaginative thriller that fans of Dan Brown and Steve Berry will love."
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The Clockwork Dynasty (2017)
Daniel H Wilson
"In The Clockwork Dynasty, Daniel Wilson, the king of the robothriller, mixes robots, history and non-stop action to create a thoroughly original plot. Think The Terminator meets Indiana Jones with a crash course in history thrown in. A thoroughly enjoyable read."
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Gone to Dust (2017)
Matt Goldman
"A clever mystery that starts with a unique crime scene, mixes in a package of red herrings, and tops off the plot with Nils Shapiro, a private eye who is as interesting as his name."


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