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Juicio final I thought the plot was incredibly unpredictable that s what I loved the most about it It gathers so many controversial topics like racism, death sentence, and judicial system weaknesses All immersed in the life experiences the diversity of characters had gone and were going through It was very fulfilling to get surprised every time the plot changed its course towards a situation I had not yet predicted I totally recommend this book specially to science fiction readers You will oncere I thought the plot was incredibly unpredictable that s what I loved the most about it It gathers so many controversial topics like racism, death sentence, and judicial system weaknesses All immersed in the life experiences the diversity of characters had gone and were going through It was very fulfilling to get surprised every time the plot changed its course towards a situation I had not yet predicted I totally recommend this book specially to science fiction readers You will oncerealize that nothing is what it seems 4.5 5 BRUTAL A fun read, big twist in the middle typical best seller thriller story I switch to this kind of book to rest from thedense classics It was a good one, takes little time to read Recommend it for some vacation at the beach or something like that. Although this was a good read, Katzenbach seems to use a whole sentence when a word would do The end seemed so impossible to be true that is left me unsatisfied That being said, I still enjoy reading his books but find myself skimming sometimes to get to the point By the way, the movie is only worth watching for the great acting but Sean Connery, as Executive Producer, should never have cast himself as a father with a young family so that kind of ruined it for me Ed Harris was great. Great thriller What if you had the chance to free an innocent man Would you do it John Katzenbach presents this idea in Just Cause, as well as the repercussions of that freedom I enjoyed this tight thriller and was pleasantly surprised that it presented 3 well thought out protagonists who added a lot of depth and character to the story. Main character is Miami news reporter Cowart who writes a story about death row inmate Ferguson who claims to be innocent of the killing of 12 year old girl who was left in the swamp Detectives in the small town of Pachoula had beaten a confession out of Ferguson Turns out he made a death row agreement with another killer, Sullivan, to take the blame for killing the girl, so he could get off of death row and kill Sullivan s parents in return The twisted story plot leads the detectives and new Main character is Miami news reporter Cowart who writes a story about death row inmate Ferguson who claims to be innocent of the killing of 12 year old girl who was left in the swamp Detectives in the small town of Pachoula had beaten a confession out of Ferguson Turns out he made a death row agreement with another killer, Sullivan, to take the blame for killing the girl, so he could get off of death row and kill Sullivan s parents in return The twisted story plot leads the detectives and news reporter to New Jersey, where one of them is killed by Ferguson in a back alley chase This leads them back to small town Florida to Ferguson s grandmothers house where Detective Shaeffer, from the Florida Keys who is investigating Sullivan s parent s murder, kills the grandmother in a showdown Ferguson escapes into the swamp where he lays in wait for the detectives who follow and eventually catch up to him, resulting in death and injury After reading The Analyst, I expected muchwhen I bougtht this book Although it ss not a bad, I feel that it was way too long for what it actually is. Matthew Cowart, Famoso Periodista De Miami, Recibe La Carta De Un Hombre Condenado A Muerte Que Asegura Ser Inocente Pese A Su Escepticismo Inicial, Cowart Empieza A Investigar El Caso, Comprende Que El Acusado No Cometi Los Delitos Que Se Le Imputan Y Pone Al Descubierto Mediante Sus Art Culos Una Informaci N Que Permite Al Convicto Robert Earl Fergurson Salir En LibertadCowart Obtiene Entonces Un Premio Pulitzer Por Su Tarea Period Stica Sin Embargo, Y Para Su Horror, El Escritor Se Percata De Que Ha Puesto En Marcha Una Tremenda M Quina De Matar Y Que Ahora Le Toca A L Intentar, En Una Carrera Contra El Reloj, Que Se Haga Justicia Fuera De Los Tribunales Just Cause is a dark, brutal, and riveting thriller full of suspense and paranoia While the story moves along feverishly, there s a surprising amount of humanity and social commentary, but that s just the cherry on top of this relentlessly entertaining and surprisingly disturbing novel John Katzenbach is certainly a master of his craft, and I ll definitely be readingof his disappointingly small body of work The story concerns a journalist, divorced from his wife and still in touch with Just Cause is a dark, brutal, and riveting thriller full of suspense and paranoia While the story moves along feverishly, there s a surprising amount of humanity and social commentary, but that s just the cherry on top of this relentlessly entertaining and surprisingly disturbing novel John Katzenbach is certainly a master of his craft, and I ll definitely be readingof his disappointingly small body of work The story concerns a journalist, divorced from his wife and still in touch with his daughter, who travels out to the little town of Pachoula, Florida when a Death Row prisoner contacts him from there saying that he didn t do the crime that he s convicted for, and asking for his help The crime was the brutal assault and murder of a little girl, and the journalist realizes that the man may be innocent.Matthew Cowart, the journalist, is a very human character, and he s very layered and well fleshed out He s easy to root for, and the fish out of water element with him in the small Florida town makes himinteresting as a character The supporting cast are all interesting too, with seemingly small characters slowly growingprominent and important as the story continues Tanny Brown and Bruce Wilcox, the two small town cops that aid Cowart, are also interesting in their own way, though the reader slowly grows to appreciate them.The story is briskly paced and well constructed, especially for a thriller, and it does keep you guessing as to the outcome until the last third or so Asplayers slowly get introduced, things become darker,complicated, anddisturbing view spoiler Once the true killer is revealed, the sense of dread and impending doom only escalates further, and things getandintense The book s final act is long and intense, but it heats up rather quickly, and it s punctuated by two thrilling action sequences near the end which I won t spoil hide spoiler The main catalyst for all the events here, the rape and murder of a little girl, is pretty bleak and hard to take, but fortunately Katzenbach handles it pretty tastefully aside from a few graphic discussions of the crime While there is a constant theme of sex and violence, specifically sexual violence, with rape being referred to often, there is curiously little real sexual content, and the novel felt decidedly restrained in this respect, which I much appreciated The psychological effect of these themes on the main characters is interesting on its own, and indeed this isof a psychological novel than an exploitative one, though it has its moments Another interesting theme is the social commentary, with the emphasis on the social and economic differences in caucasian and African American communities The novel s apparent thesis that race should never factor into a crime or conviction is respectable, andunderstandable given he time the book was written view spoiler This point is driven home by showing an ethnic character who uses racial prejudices and tension to get away with a crime Having the convicted African American man being guilty of the crime he was convicted for partially because of his race is interesting, and I m still not exactly what to make of it yet The cops motivations arelaid out later in the book, and the reader realizes they re not really racist, but actually have reasons for the conviction, but the fact that the killer uses the racial injustices his people suffer in order to commit his crimes and get away with them is an interesting concept, and it kind of turns the usual wrongfully convicted ethnic prisoner trope on its head I love it hide spoiler Just Cause is not a book I ll soon forget It popped and sizzled as I read it, and I was wholly engaged right until the last haunting page, which ends on a curiously depressing note The social commentaries and ethical dilemmas are rich, and the book itself is a darn good crime thriller This is pulpy fiction at is finest I saw the film which is based on this book.Just Cause is an attention grabbing film that holds viewer s interest throughout A black man has been held in jail for eight years and will soon be executed His grandmother brings a Harvard University professor a letter from him asking the professor to look into his case because he is innocent of the murder he allegedly committed The professor Sean Connery hasn t practiced law for many years His wife is a lawyer and she encourages him to take the I saw the film which is based on this book.Just Cause is an attention grabbing film that holds viewer s interest throughout A black man has been held in jail for eight years and will soon be executed His grandmother brings a Harvard University professor a letter from him asking the professor to look into his case because he is innocent of the murder he allegedly committed The professor Sean Connery hasn t practiced law for many years His wife is a lawyer and she encourages him to take the case The only real evidence against him is his confession The prisoner claims he was beaten for a very long time and confessed only to stop the torture Connery meets the senior police officer that handled the case, a black man, and it is clear that he is a hard hearted violent man There is another man in the same prison, a white man, who clearly murdered many people He was a serial killer and is about to be executed He was in the vicinity of the murder But, while he admits to many murders, he claims he did not kill the young girl who was allegedly killed by the black man Connery questions him and is led to believe that he committed the crime This serial killer is clearly insane and vicious.Although this film is 22 years old, it is still relevant today, and it is as attention holding and interesting as the best modern films


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