The Hanging Judge: A Novel (The Judge Norcross Novels Book 1)

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From the author of The One-Eyed Judge: A New York Times–bestselling novel about a federal death penalty trial from the perspective of the presiding judge.When a drive-by shooting in Holyoke, Massachusetts, claims the lives of a drug dealer and a hockey mom volunteering at an inner-city clinic, the police arrest a rival gang member. With no death penalty in Massachusetts, the US attorney shifts the...

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Publisher: Open Road Media Mystery & Thriller (December 3, 2013)
Publication Date: December 3, 2013
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As someone that has spent 30 years on the bench and with multiple murder trials under my belt from both the bench and as a prosecutor, I am fairly critical of "trial" novels. Pretty much I have limited my purchases of fiction by authors writhing such...

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icide out of state jurisdiction into federal court so he can seek a death sentence.The Honorable David S. Norcross, a federal judge with only two years on the bench, now presides over the first death penalty case in the state in decades. He must referee the clash between an ambitious female prosecutor and a brilliant veteran defense attorney in a high-stress environment of community outrage, media pressure, vengeful gang members, and a romantic entanglement that threatens to capsize his trial—not to mention the most dangerous force of all: the unexpected.Written by judge Michael Ponsor, who presided over Massachusetts’s first capital case in over fifty years, The Hanging Judge explores the controversial issue of capital punishment in a dramatic and thought-provoking way that will keep you on the edge of your seat. It is “a crackling court procedural” (Anita Shreve) and “gripping legal thriller” (Booklist) perfect for fans of Scott Turow.