Judith Van Gieson
The Lies That Bind
August 03, 2018 Comments.. 819
The Lies That Bind When female lawyer Neil Hamel agrees to defend an elderly woman accused of murder she s eager to have a crack at a homicide case The Albuquerque police say that Martha Conover murdered the young woma

  • Title: The Lies That Bind
  • Author: Judith Van Gieson
  • ISBN: 9780061090516
  • Page: 127
  • Format: Paperback
  • When female lawyer Neil Hamel agrees to defend an elderly woman accused of murder, she s eager to have a crack at a homicide case The Albuquerque police say that Martha Conover murdered the young woman who accidentally killed her grandson three years prior For Neil, investigating the case raises troubling questions and brings grave danger.

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    1 Blog on “The Lies That Bind

    1. Sandy says:

      This was a pretty thought provoking book. It was set about 30 years ago and was interesting to remember all the problems in Argentina in the last century.

    2. Jeff Dickison says:

      Good little mystery as lady lawyer tries to help mean old woman escape from a vehicular homicide charge. It was very easy from near the beginning to figure who one of the major bad characters was going to be, but there were some twists and surprises. Recommended to mystery fans.

    3. Kay says:

      The S&L Meltdown of the 80s pales by comparison with The Great Recession, but when this mystery was written, Charles Keating and his cronies had wrought massive damage on the Arizona and New Mexican real estate scene. The scandal's aftermath figures heavily in the plot of this Neil Hamel adventure, which I enjoyed far more than an earlier adventure I read recently.Neil is an unconventional Albuquerque lawyer, who plods through the divorce litigation that pays her bills but is always looking [...]

    4. Wendy says:

      Protagonist is female lawyer in Albuquerque. I currently live in ABQ and usually enjoy reading about local scenery, but this book just didn't cut it for me. Too much other stuff going on to distract from the vehicular homicide case at the heart of the story and the real mystery. I couldn't get into the characters - all but the lawyer and the DA guy were just too something, and I couldn't relate or care about any of them. I was disappointed because the author has several books in the Neil Hamel s [...]

    5. Alan says:

      I have always liked Van Gieson's mystery novels for their lead characters and evocations of Albuquerque and New Mexico.

    6. Cindy says:

      Well plotted and narrated - some twists and lite profanity. Like the wryly writing style and female lead, recommended.

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