Book 3 in the Dutch Francis Series
Lawyer Dutch Francis defends a high-profile murder case, in which a judge is accused of killing his wife, when his own wife, TV news broadcaster Ginnie Turner, goes missing.
—John Lescroart, NYT bestselling author
Abiding Conviction is a riveting courtroom drama with authentic and dazzling dialogue that could only have been written by a total pro at the top of his game.
—John Martel, NYT bestselling author
Smart, tenacious, and resourceful, Dutch is a fighter with a moral compass and a compassionate soul. With a complex and fast-paced plot, Abiding Conviction is a compelling read…. Highly recommended.
—Sheldon Siegel, NYT bestselling author
—Jay Brandon, bestselling author
—John J. Obsorn, Jr., bestselling author
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Their Word Is Law
Popular Lawyer-Novelists Talk About Their Craft
In an incisive collection of interviews, best-selling novelists who are also lawyers share their thoughts on literature, law, and the writing craft, with contributions from David Baldacci, Linda Fairstein, Philip Friedman, John Grisham, Steve Martini, Richard North Patterson, Lisa Scottoline, Scott Turow, and other notables.
A Boston native, STEPHEN M. MURPHY graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts and the University of San Francisco School of Law. After graduating from law school in 1981, he served as a law clerk to the justices of the New Hampshire Superior Court. While in New Hampshire he worked on a murder trial that inspired his first Dutch Francis novel, Alibi.