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Author: James Sheehan Narrator: Ray Chase Publisher: Hachette Book Group Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: October 2013 ISBN: 9781478924883
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Kevin Wylie’s crooked boss wants to run him out of town, and Kevin’s long-time girlfriend is ready to take a hike. He decides that now is the time to leave Miami, visit his father, who he hasn’t seen in twenty-eight years, and get some answers. Heading back to his hometown, he doesn’t realize that he and his dad will become embroiled in a murder case.

The victim, one of the richest and most-hated corporate criminals in America has been dubbed The Alligator Man since pieces of his clothing were found in a local swamp. Billy Fuller had every reason in the world to want Johnson dead and all the evidence leads right to his doorstep. But legendary trial lawyer Tom Wylie believes in Billy and he and his son reunite to fight the courtroom battle for Billy’s life.

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  • “Sheehan weaves a father-son reconciliation melodrama into a Florida courtroom clash sparked by murder and corruption…Fun stuff.”

    Kirkus Reviews

  • Fun stuff. Kirkus Reviews, on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • This is the second book that I read by James Sheehan. James is a great writer, rating right up there with James Patterson. James Sheehan was a lawyer and you can tell by the way the book is written. James brings you right into the court room and gives a lot of the back story of this trial. Fresh Fiction, on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • James Sheehan, knows a lot about the law. He practiced it for thirty years and has written three acclaimed legal thrillers. I recommended Sheehan's last novel, 'The Lawyer's Lawyer,' and I definitely recommend his new one., on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • Sheehan is a gifted storyteller who fans of Paul Levine or James Grippando's Florida-set legal thrillers should enjoy. THE ALLIGATOR MAN merges the fast pave of Miami with the rural, one stoplight towns that skirt Florida's Everglades, where alligators aren't the most dangerous predators lurking. Florida Book Review, on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • It is not only the development of each character's individual story but Sheehan's ability to compel his readers to care about them that sets this book apart from other legal thrillers. Library Journal, on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • The courtroom action is compelling...And Sheehan keeps the surprises-come scary, some bittersweet-coming to the very last page. Tampa Bay Times, on THE ALLIGATOR MAN
  • [Sheehan] is especially good whenever he takes us into a courtroom.... Sheehan brings the three-way jousting of a criminal blazing life."
  • The Washington Post on The Lawyer's Lawyer
  • Fast moving and tightly written...boasts a gripping story and characters who will make the reader care. Al in all, a stylish and engaging novel. Richard North Patterson, on The Law of Second Chances
  • thriller...Sheehan...keep(s) the tension high... Publishers Weekly on The Lawyer's Lawyer
  • Sheehan...writes with bleak clarity...but there's a touch of the poet in his voice. The New York Times, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
  • This is a debut novel but it reads like it was written by a master of the genre. Nelson DeMille, on The Mayor of Lexington Avenue
  • An assured, elegant, suspenseful courtroom thriller. Kirkus Reviews, on The Law of Second Chances

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About the Author

James Sheehan is the author of The Mayor of Lexington Avenue and The Law of Second Chances. He was a successful trial attorney for thirty years and currently teaches trial law and is the director of the Tampa Law Institute at Stetson University College of Law in Tampa, Florida.

About the Narrator

Ray Chase graduated from the University of Southern California with a BA in theater and a minor in cinema and television. He has since worked extensively as a voice-over artist. Among his dozens of audiobook narrations are Ian Douglas’ Heritage trilogy and Robert Olen Butler’s Christopher Marlowe Cobb thrillers.