1) True justice
From a New York Times–bestselling author: An account of the murder case and coerced confession that led to the birth of Miranda rights—"Unfailingly riveting" (Vincent Bugliosi).
It was a muggy summer day in 1963 when Janice Wylie and Emily Hoffert were murdered in their apartment on New York City's Upper East Side. Months passed before police arrested George Whitmore Jr., and he confessed to the crime. But
First in the New York Times–bestselling series: Two district attorneys go up against a brilliant killer in this "exceptionally good" legal thriller (Publishers Weekly).
The plan was simple: When the manager carries the bags of money out of the supermarket, Mandeville Louis will be waiting with a shotgun. He'll kill the manager, kill the guard, and cruise away. But when Louis's driver shows up late, he's forced