A Certain Justice - Chapters 1 - 5 Summary & Analysis

John Lescroart
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Chapters 1 - 5 Summary

A Certain Justice by John Lescroart is a gripping drama and murder mystery based on real life. It is a story about racial tensions, riots, murders, and political intrigue that offers surprises right up until the very last chapter. Lieutenant Abraham Glitsky heads the homicide detail in San Francisco. An honest and moral mulatto man, Abe has interest only in justice. Unfortunately, there are many pitfalls on the road to justice. They include insufficient or confusing evidence, multiple suspects, back room political agendas, and public pressure to resolve high profile cases. The first of these cases that Glitsky takes on involves the murder of Michael Mullen who was killed strictly for his car. Suspect Jerohm Reese is quickly found and arrested. However since there is not sufficient evidence proving Reese's guilt, District Attorney Chris Locke is forced to set him free...

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