Robert Dugoni established his bona fides well before the publication of THE JURY MASTER, his first full-length novel. He practiced law for almost two decades before leaving the courtroom to write on a full-time basis. His first book publishing credit was as co-author of THE CYANIDE CANARY, a nonfiction work about a wrongful death case that reads like a detective novel. THE JURY MASTER is fiction, but Dugoni's talent for creating true-to-life characters and bringing them to the printed page gives this work the ring of truth.
When first we meet David Sloane he is in a San Francisco courtroom, representing a cli