The Twelve Apostles

The Twelve Apostles Da den ene af de tolv f rende advokater d de var den ledige stol i det ber mte advokatfirma Nelson Clark den mest eftertragtede i branchen S frygtindgydende er dette advokatfirmas magt og indflydelse

  • Title: The Twelve Apostles
  • Author: William J. Coughlin
  • ISBN: 9780451136046
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Da den ene af de tolv f rende advokater d de, var den ledige stol i det ber mte advokatfirma Nelson Clark den mest eftertragtede i branchen S frygtindgydende er dette advokatfirmas magt og indflydelse, at dets senior partnere er kendt som De tolv apostle.Den smukke Christina Giles br nder efter at overtage den ledige plads, og hun har alle de n dvendige kvalifikaDa den ene af de tolv f rende advokater d de, var den ledige stol i det ber mte advokatfirma Nelson Clark den mest eftertragtede i branchen S frygtindgydende er dette advokatfirmas magt og indflydelse, at dets senior partnere er kendt som De tolv apostle.Den smukke Christina Giles br nder efter at overtage den ledige plads, og hun har alle de n dvendige kvalifikationer Men f rst m hun udkonkurrere og m ske del gge sin elsker

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    1. Loved this novel. An entertaining look at the intriguing world of high- powered lawyers and millionaire business executives. The hierarchy of a top New York law firm is very interesting. This legal work is populated with vivid characters adept at living in a rarefied world. Definitely recommend it.

    2. I suppose it is a matter of taste: a) she rose and addressed the court. b) She rose on long, muscular, yet supple legs, and fixed her emerald green eyes upon the court. ( my words, my example).I can't decide which is worshipped more in this book, physical beauty, or the rarefied atmosphere of a top law firm. It got to be a little much.When lawyers compete to fill an "apostle" vacancy, those not chosen must leave the firm! What a stupid ideawill there be a "next" opening? The front runners for th [...]

    3. Pleasant read Decent story with well developed characters. Not the best novel written but kept me fairly entertained. The last 50 pages were gripping, the end was a trifle disappointing, if not predictable. All in all, I enjoyed the read.

    4. I liked reading about the hierarchy of the firm. Too bad the newer attorneys have to go to extremes to gets promotion.I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys entering this world of law and and lawyers from a safe distance

    5. Slow starting bookPlot took awhile to pan out. Didn't really get going until the last few chapters. Would read another of his books.

    6. Very good read.It was a little slow in the beginning with character introductions but I stuck with it. This was well worth the wait. Enjoy.

    7. Good readFor the better part of the story it was a great read. The ending was weak. I enjoyed it otherwise

    8. Great legal storyThere were a lot of characters, but each one was very interesting. This book keeps you reading right up until the end.

    9. I have come to this author late, after he had died in fact. It was a good thing I didn't come on this one when he first wrote it or before I came on to his Death Penalty, one of his Charley Sloan series, else I would have never had read anything he had written.This one isn't to be recommended for a few reasons: (1) It's about a whole bunch or rich and powerful people and their intrigues, people and actions I care nothing about; (2) Even the non-rich and not quite powerful wooden characters are p [...]

    10. William J. Coughlin, The Twelve Apostles (Putnam, 1984)It didn't take long to see that this one was going to my feeding my nearly-starved dustbunnies. The characters were completely wooden and presented in confusing fashion, too many plot threads were thrown at the reader all at once, and Coughlin gives his readers just one too many stereotypes by the time you get to the end of chapter three. With a bit more organization and some depth of character, this might have been a worthwhile book. As it [...]

    11. Great Booklove the thrill at the court hearings and the pressure of filing and trying to get all motions filled. For those who like the legal thrillers this is one you will want to read.

    12. I enjoyed this good old-fashioned courtroom drama. I still like this genre although it seems like nobody is writing them anymore.

    13. Great Attorney BookVery exciting attorney novel with some difficult life and family issues of the kind that are often found in the careers of many professionals.

    14. Another Great Read.Different than his other books,Coughlin brings together a cast of characters in a fast moving legal thriller. Exceptional read! One of his best!

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