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* * * James Grippando Afraid of the Dark US Orders
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Review Harper, 2011 (2011) Hardcover, e-Book
In this 9th in the series, Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck defends a Gitmo detainee who's subsequently charged with a Miami murder 3 years before. (HW)

* * James Grippando Blood Money US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Harper, 2012 (2012) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Defense attorney Jack Swyteck is caught up in a controversial case that focuses a lot of unwanted media attention on his client and the lawyer as well. (BW)

* * * James Grippando Born to Run US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Harper, 2008 (2008) Hardcover, CD
Jack Swyteck is taken hostage by a Greek with a secret that could take down the current administration. (MS)

* * James Grippando Cane and Abe US Orders
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Review Harper, 2015 (2015) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
This thriller mixes together the tale of a serial killer who dumps his victims in the fields owned by a sugar company, and the missing wife of Abe Beckman, a prosecutor with the Miami State Attorney's Office. (BW)

* * James Grippando Gone Again: A Jack Swyteck Novel US Orders
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Review Harper, 2016 (2016) Hardcover, CD, e-Book
Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck must prove that the victim, of a man convicted of murder and on death row, is still alive. (BW)