A Reasonable Doubt

A Reasonable Doubt

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A magician linked to three murders and suspicious deaths years ago disappears in the middle of his new act in New York Times bestseller Phillip Margolin’s latest thriller featuring Robin Lockwood

Robin Lockwood is a young criminal defense attorney and partner in a prominent law firm in Portland, Oregon. A former MMA fighter and Yale Law graduate, she joined the firm of legal legend Regina Barrister not long before Regina was forced into retirement by early onset Alzheimer’s.

One of Regina’s former clients, Robert Chesterfield, shows up in the law office with an odd request―he’s seeking help from his old attorney in acquiring patent protection for an illusion. Chesterfield is a professional magician of some reknown and he has a major new trick he’s about to debut. This is out of the scope of the law firm’s expertise, but when Robin Lockwood looks into his previous relationship with the firm, she learns that twenty years ago he was arrested for two murders, one attempted murder, and was involved in the potentially suspicious death of his very rich wife. At the time, Regina Barrister defended him with ease, after which he resumed his career as a magician in Las Vegas.

Now, decades later, he debuts his new trick―only to disappear at the end. He’s a man with more than one dark past and many enemies―is his disappearance tied to one of the many people who have good reason to hate him? Was he killed and his body disposed of, or did he use his considerable skills to engineer his own disappearance?

Robin Lockwood must unravel the tangled skein of murder and bloody mischief to learn how it all ties together.

Title:A Reasonable Doubt
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781250117540
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    A Reasonable Doubt Reviews

  • Kaceey

    2.5*I’ve always been a huge fan of Phillip Margolin. In fact I’ve read ever book he’s released. Sadly, I have to say this was my least favorite. So remotely different it felt like a different au...

  • Carrie

    A Reasonable Doubt by Phillip Margolin is the third installment in the legal thriller Robin Lockwood series. Each book of this series really could be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel with each h...

  • Matt

    Phillip Margolin returns with another great book in his new Robin Lockwood series, where sleight of hand is not the only trick on offer. With a wonderful story, set over many years, the plot thickens ...

  • Tim

    A decent end for a story long on repetition and short on an interesting, well organized plot. Thanks to the end, 5 of 10 stars....

  • Faith

    This is the third book in the Robin Lockwood series, but it can be read as a standalone. However, I suggest that you not read the Prologue of this book because it gives away a key event. I have no ide...

  • Mandy White (mandylovestoread)

    It has been a while since I read a Phillip Margolin book and I was excited when I was approved to read A Reasonable Doubt. Little did I realise that this was the 3rd book in a series. For the most par...

  • Dave

    "A Reasonable Doubt" is the third novel in Margolin's Robin Lockwood legal thriller series. Robin is a young Perry Mason type criminal defense lawyer in a firm with a retired mentor Regina known as "t...

  • Erin (from Long Island, NY)

    Great addition to 1 of my favorite series! This is 1 where I don’t even need to read the description first! Actually when I went back & read my reviews for the first 2, I was surprised at exactly ho...

  • Linda Strong

    Magician Robert Chestfield appears in Robin Lockwood's office looking for help in acquiring a patent for a new illusion he has created. She's not sure she can help , but promises to look into it. What...

  • Kay

    First part of the book seems to be a legal thriller then it became a cozy mystery of sort. I love how convenient it was that "all suspects" who hated the magician bought front row seats to watch his s...