John Lescroart Writing Styles in A Certain Justice

John Lescroart
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Point of View

Wild Justice is written with an omniscient narrative. Writer John Lescroart confidently weaves a tale around several main characters, during which he adeptly manages to disclose their emotional states, their goals, and their motivations. Abe Glitsky is an honest man in a difficult job. He is in the middle of a city that is rioting over racial turmoil and he is the only one who seems willing to fight for the truth and for justice. Everyone else seems content to railroad the first suspect they have, even if it turns out he has nothing to do with the murder.

Kevin Shea is a man hunted for a crime he did not commit. He is close to capture several times, but each time manages to escape. His surrender is a matter of delicacy as it appears that there are several people involved politically that would prefer he...

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