The Girl in the Glass Box: Jack Swyteck #15 by James Grippando – Review

The Girl in the Glass Box (Jack Swytek, #15)The Girl in the Glass Box: Jack Swyteck #15 by James Grippando

Publication: February 5th, 2019 by Harper
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Mystery – Thriller

Miami attorney Jack Swyteck lands in the heart of the contentious immigration debate when he takes on the heart-wrenching case of an undocumented immigrant who fled to America to protect her daughter and save herself, in this timely and pulse-pounding thriller that explores the stories behind the headlines from New York Times bestselling author James Grippando, winner of the Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction.

Julia Rodriguez and her teenage daughter Beatriz escaped bloodthirsty gangs, random violence and, Julia’s abusive husband back in El Salvador. Arriving in Miami, mother and daughter struggled to carve their own piece of the American dream. While life in the States is hard, it is safer, until Julia’s rejects her boss’s unwanted sexual advances. Suddenly—thanks to an “anonymous” tip to U. S. immigration authorities—she is arrested, locked in detention with criminals, and slated for deportation. Jack’s only viable legal move to save her is asylum—a long shot that’s become nearly impossible in today’s charged political climate.

When Julia and Beatriz made the perilous trek north to freedom, they thought they’d left the danger behind them. But now, even Miami isn’t safe. A ruthless enemy may have tracked them to south Florida and is biding time, patiently waiting to strike.

In a case where the stakes have never been higher, Jack Sywteck may not be able to save his client—even if he wins.

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James GrippandoAbout the author: (from Goodreads Author Page) The first thing you should know about bestselling author James Grippando is that he is no longer clueless—so says his wife, Tiffany, after “A James Grippando Novel” was a clue for #38 Across in the New York Times crossword puzzle. James is the 2017 winner of the Harper Lee Prize for legal fiction and a New York Times bestselling author of 26 novels of suspense, including the popular series featuring Miami criminal defense attorney Jack Swyteck. His latest, “A Death in Live Oak,” is the fifteenth in the Swyteck series. His novels are enjoyed worldwide in 28 languages. He is now Counsel at one of the nation’s leading law firms, where he specializes in entertainment and intellectual property law, representing clients who have won more than 30 Tony Awards. He lives in south Florida with his wife, three children, two cats and a golden retriever named Max who has no idea he’s a dog.

Amazon   –   Goodreads Author Page   –   www.jamesgrippando.com

 

Review of The Girl in the Glass Box 

The Girl in the Glass Box is the fifteenth book in the Jack Swyteck book series by James Grippando and is a mystery thriller.  While this is part of a series, it can easily be read as a standalone novel. A story of family, love, second chances, hope, heartbreak, and illegal immigration. A book that is full of shocking twists and turns that is sure to keep you on the edge of your seat wanting more. A real page-turner! Grippando gives you an inside look at what it is like for the people who are fleeing danger in their home countries and trying to get into the US only to face a new kind of danger. The Girl in the Glass Box does not have any huge reveals or surprise ends but it is a moving heartfelt story that is sure to stay with you. ** I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. This post contains affiliate links and I will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on my links.** 

 

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