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Judgement Day (Paperback)
A cop investigating a suspicious suicide uncovers a satanic plot in this thrilling prequel to The Devil's Advocate.
After a promising young attorney plummets twenty stories to his death just outside his posh Manhattan apartment, the police wish to label the incident a suicide. But the detective assigned to the case, Lt. Matthew Blake, is troubled by the evidence. He senses something far more sinister about the attorney's demise, and as he investigates, he discovers the unbelievable truth . . .
Meanwhile, charming defense attorney John Milton has an appointment at the law firm of Simon & James. He is all too eager to take on the caseload of their late employee. Although the firm is happy to have Blake on board, they have no idea just what their new hire is capable of doing in order to win . . .
"Andrew Neiderman displays his talent as he turns the storyline into an electrifying good (Blake) and evil (Milton) urban fantasy legal thriller." --Harriet Klausner, Genre Go Round Reviews
"A book that's hard to put down." --Paperback Stash Blog
About the Author
Andrew Neiderman was born in Brooklyn and grew up in New York's scenic Catskill Mountains region. A graduate of the University at Albany, State University of New York, from which he also received his master's in English, Neiderman taught at Fallsburg Junior-Senior High School for twenty-three years before pursuing a career as a novelist and screenwriter. He has written more than forty thriller novels under his own name, including The Devil's Advocate, which was made into a major motion picture for Warner Bros., starring Al Pacino, Keanu Reeves, and Charlize Theron, and is in development as a stage musical in London. Neiderman has also written seventy New York Times-bestselling novels for the V. C. Andrews franchise. He lives with his family in Palm Springs, California. Visit him on Facebook at www.facebook.com/AndrewNeidermanAuthor.