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by Joseph T. Klempner

eBook Flat Lake in Winter (G K Hall Large Print Book Series) epub
  • ISBN: 0783885881
  • Author: Joseph T. Klempner
  • Genre: Suspense
  • Subcategory: Thrillers & Suspense
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: G K Hall & Co (April 1, 1999)
  • Pages: 431 pages
  • ePUB size: 1507 kb
  • FB2 size 1664 kb
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Klempner (Shoot the Moon, LJ 7/97) sets this beautifully written story about the aftermath of a horrific double homicide in Flat Lake, NY, a small community in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains.

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Flat Lake in Winter has been added to your Cart. Thought it was very interesting & I liked the protagonist ( The Lawyer Matt Fielder) very much. I really enjoy books more when there is someone in the novel that I feel is a good, decent person & he was it. The story became more interesting as a team developed and started working together to help an accused who was mentally challenged to avoid the death penalty. The details of the investigation and legal proceedings were easily explained and understood.

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Matthew Fisher, a lawyer dedicated to opposing the death penalty, leaves the city for the isolation of the Adirondacks, where he defends a simple-minded orphan accused of killing his grandparents, a client who has already confessed to the crime
Comments: (7)
Gom
Started this book a few days ago & really liked the beginning. Thought it was very interesting & I liked the protagonist ( The Lawyer Matt Fielder) very much. I really enjoy books more when there is someone in the novel that I feel is a good, decent person & he was it. The story became more interesting as a team developed and started working together to help an accused who was mentally challenged to avoid the death penalty. The details of the investigation and legal proceedings were easily explained and understood. I do not like improbable theories and this was a down to earth honest writing of the NY State legal system; but the story didn't take place in NYC or Long Island; it took place way out in the Adirondack
Mountains in North Western NY. A very different setting for a novel that added to its enjoyment. The third night I read the book, I read straight through for about 4 hours until I couldn't see straight & it was about 5 am. It was that good that I couldn't stop; but finally did have to stop. I finished it the next night. It was an excellent read and had a good steady pace. I would have like the ending to be more detailed and expanded; It felt a little rushed and I still have some unanswered questions after it - but all in all, I thoroughly enjoyed it & can definitely recommend this book to anyone who enjoys legal thrillers. This one is different to be sure.
lacki
This was a great read. Klempner’s style of writing was just so different than the usual lawyer-ease that most of us don’t understand. I really enjoyed it more and more as I read on. So refreshing. The ending was a real shocker! Being a witness to the law process of a Capital Crime was so interesting. Who knew what it all involved? How important is a life? As the story develops, it’s so easy to come to the same conclusion of guilt. And how wrong we all can be! It sure brought home the desperate need of “any suspect” (guilty or not) to get the best defense that is possible. Nobody could have foreseen ahead of time what the best defense was really worth and how much it would cost! At such a terrible cost to himself, Fielder gave his all – he could do no less. Twists and turns all kept me reading right to the bitter end. As I got so fully involved in the characters, I could have cried at the end. So so sad – for everybody concerned. The book was well written and very interesting – great story! Always glad to add another author’s name to my “list!”
Mananara
I really liked the main character. I enjoyed the "friendly narrator" style (think, Morgan Freeman, Shawshank Redemption) which was used to explain legal procedures and strategies, but also offered insight into Matt's thought process.
The story line involving FAS (fetal alcohol syndrome) was different, and I liked that about the book as well. I would dispute that the suspect was very handsome, given his apparent affliction, which (even the book mentions) typically causes physical facial birth defects. But, I suspended disbelief on that because I found the story so interesting.
Unfortunately, the "wrinkle" in the story was pretty obvious, and the culprit was not a surprise. The slapdash, quick wrap up after the reveal felt like the writer just had to end the book quickly. Too bad, because the rest of the book was a nice slow build.
Gholbirdred
Really good book, the characters were believable & the fast start got me hooked right away. I liked the main character alot, the lawyer trying to get away from it all, who gets called in to try to save a "slow" young man from the death penalty. The supporting cast was alot of fun, from the drunken PI, the gorgeous gay jury consultant & the townie game warden who found the bodies.
I took off one star, since the main suspects family goes from one kid to three so suddenly, without any of the townies bothering to mention this fact to investigators till 1/2 way thru the book - really?
Otherwise it was a good murder mystery, I really loved how it ended. I'll look for more from this author.
Steel_Blade
Joseph Klempner is a fantastic author. This is the second book by him I've read. The first was Felony Murder which was also excellent. His characters become so real I feel as though I've known them for years. And his descriptions, such as those of Flat Lake in winter, are as real as photographs in my mind. I'll read all of his books, and I feel sure that each one will leave me wanting still more.
Katishi
I chose this book because I like legal thrillers. Was I disappointed? No, I learned a lot about capital punishment. The necessary steps that must be followed to insure the rights of a prisoner accused of murder in the first
Degree. You can better understand why it takes so long for the process to work. The lead character, Matt, demonstrates a strength of character that I would want in
An attorney. As McClure says, things are not always as they seem....Good read. I would recommend it for summer reading...
Ranterl
This book is written as though a third person is confiding the story of a defense attorney, Matt, who is hired to defend Johnathon, a mentally handicapped young man. Jonathon is accused of brutally murdering his grandparents while they slept. The writer tells the story as a third person, who has all of the inside information. There are a few twists but I felt that the ending was somewhat predictable and a bit forced, otherwise I enjoyed the book..
My second book by this author and better read but both were very very good and entertaining. A great plot and clean but good ending to a book that was very hard to put down once you get into the real "meat" somewhere about one fourth along the way. Great read and well worth your time and money. "Drawback", I figured out the real culprit with about 7 or 8 chapters to go. Don't let that tidbit of information deter you from reading this. It fun as well as informative about several legal matters that I found to be eye-opening. A definite 4 star and could have been 5 had I not figured it so soon.
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