"Both [of Goodman's books] follow in the tradition of Scott Turow’s acclaimed Presumed Innocent and are worthy of the comparison... Indefensible and Injustice, while extremely well-plotted as murder mysteries, are also character-driven inquiries into important cultural questions. The prose does much more than tell a great story; it sings."
—Alaska Dispatch News (read the full article)
Someone close to Nick Davis is murdered. Investigators see it as either a case of mistaken identity or the work of a jealous fiancé. As a Federal prosecutor, Nick tries shepherding the case to a swift conclusion, but it keeps slipping away.
While Nick focuses on this investigation, his marriage is teetering and his wife Tina—also a lawyer—works to vindicate a young man convicted of killing a child eight years previously.
Injustice is a riveting legal mystery and courtroom drama with a plot that inhabits the blurry boundary between guilt and innocence.