Summary

Beverly Ford lost more than just her husband when he died in Iraq from a fatal wound and faulty body armor - she also lost her faith in the government and its military. After no response to her unlawful death claim, she's taking them both to court. Successful attorney David Sloane, a former Marine, knows Beverly's case is a no-win situation, but his conscience won't let him abandon her. As he digs deeper into the investigation, Sloane confronts a law called the Feres Doctrine which prohibits a soldier's family from suing the government for his death. Contested nearly 3,000 times in the past 50 years, the Feres Doctrine has yet to be amended or overturned. Now Sloane is desperate to find a loophole. But as he examines the events that led to James Ford's death, he uncovers disturbing evidence of a powerful enemy playing a very deadly game - one that may put him and his family in dire jeopardy.
Compelling characters, jaw-dropping twists, and a dangerous hunger for justice make Wrongful Death an edge-of-your-seat audio full of hot-button issues and searing courtroom drama.
©2009 Robert Dugoni (P)2009 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
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5 out of 5 stars
By Historygal777 on 23-12-16

Great book!

After listening to the first book (Jury Master) in the series, which was really good, I wanted to listen to the rest of the series. However, after reading many of the first reviews (saying how bad this one is) I bought #3, Bodily Harm, and #4, Murder One. Listened to #3, which is about a defective toy manufactured in China, and is amazing also.

BUT, do not skip Wrongful Death! It appears to be about the military not supplying upgraded equipment to troops in war...but it turns out it is NOT about that at all. It is, once again, about a corporation and individuals consumed with greed, even at the cost of many innocent lives.

And, if you skip this one and go on to #3, you will miss a lot of the back stories, e.g., who are his associates and how did they meet Sloane. As soon as I finished #3 I purchased Wrongful Death at full discounted price and I was not disappointed. Now I'm on to #4...so excited to see what is in store next!!!

(Truly, I do NOT understand why Audible puts so many negative reviews at the top of the reviews, while leaving hundreds of glowing comments buried! It's very irritating.)

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4 of 4 people found this review helpful

5 out of 5 stars
By Wayne on 05-09-17

Attorney David Sloane takes on the US government

Wrongful Death is about a member of the Washington state National Guard who was killed during the US war in Iraq. In this case I suggest reading the publisher's summary which does a nice job of setting up the novel. I will add only that the key to potential success of attorney David Sloane is whether the action when the man was killed was part of the war or was in the furtherance of the business interest of a military contractor.

Wrongful Death is a legal thriller, but much of the action and intense suspense is outside the courtroom. Author Robert Dugoni has written a wonderful novel and Dan John Miller's narration is outstanding. As I have written in other reviews Robert Dugoni is one of my favorite authors who never disappoints. Dugoni's newest release in his outstanding Tracy Crosswhite police procedural series titled Close to Home will be released in a few hours.

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5 of 6 people found this review helpful

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