The Perfect Alibi ~ by Phillip Margolin

I read the first in the Robin Lockwood series back in 2018 and gave it a rating of A+.  So this is #2 which I happened to luck into at the library.  I didn’t remember much about the over-arching drama, but it came back.  

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The Perfect Alibi 
by Phillip Margolin 
2019 /Read by Therese Plummer – 7h 6m Rating – A;  legal thriller
(Robin Lockwood #2)
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I read the first in the Robin Lockwood series back in 2018 and gave it a rating of A+.  So this is #2 which I happened to luck into at the library.  I didn’t remember much about the over-arching drama, but it came back.  

Robin Lockwood is a defense attorney in Portland, Oregon where she battles the powers-that-be in the police and prosecutor’s departments.  She’s also an expert trained practitioner of the marshal arts so she sometimes fights other people in other lines of work.  

This time the story starts with the rape of a young woman who chooses to press charges but it turns out the rapist is also a very talented football player with excellent prospects at pro-ball. He’s also the spoiled son of a wealthy local family while the victim is poor and the only child of an unemployed woman, divorced from her husband. The tale takes twists of revenge and set-ups.

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