Hallways in the Night When a veteran cop attempts to arrest baseball s home run king one of them ends up on trial and the other ends up dead A page turner from start to finish Hallways in the Night will take you on a jou

  • Title: Hallways in the Night
  • Author: R.C. O'Leary
  • ISBN: 9780985838287
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
  • When a veteran cop attempts to arrest baseball s home run king, one of them ends up on trial and the other ends up dead.A page turner from start to finish, Hallways in the Night will take you on a journey from inner city Atlanta to the upper echelons of the State s power structure where back room deals are made in pursuit of the kind of justice that only money can buy.As tWhen a veteran cop attempts to arrest baseball s home run king, one of them ends up on trial and the other ends up dead.A page turner from start to finish, Hallways in the Night will take you on a journey from inner city Atlanta to the upper echelons of the State s power structure where back room deals are made in pursuit of the kind of justice that only money can buy.As the trial date gets closer, the stakes will get bigger in a case where nobody can afford to tell the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth.

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    1. Rating: 5 of 5 stars (outstanding)Review: A superstar baseball, Remo Centrella, player is chased into the parking lot of the stadium by a police officer, Dave Mackno, who leaves a stakeout to follow him there. A woman is in the car with the baseball player and appears to be in distress. The officer tries to see if everything is okay, a scuffle breaks out with the Centrella in a rage and the end result is that he is shot dead by Mackno. The officer, while cleared by Internal Affairs, is charged w [...]

    2. ABR's full Hallways in the Night audiobook review can be found at Audiobook Reviewer.We are introduced to a pair of police detectives, Dave Mackno and his partner, that work a part of town that few want to. Because it contains much of the poorer population and tends to have crime and violence. Right off the bat we get to witness the racism that both certain police have and their assailants and vice versa.Then while on a stakeout Mackno decides to investigate a suspicious situation. One that lead [...]

    3. A legal thriller set in Atlanta, Georgia that involves a police officer accused of manslaughter in the death of a baseball star. The ensuing court battle is very realistic and will keep you turning the pages. The ending will have you, the reader, deciding whether or not justice was served or thwarted. I have my opinion and undoubtedly you will have yours.I have rated this book 4.5 stars.I obtained this book from in Kindle format.Thank you Frank

    4. Synopsis/blurb……Looking for a summer read? The Verdict is in:"R.C. O'Leary's legal thriller Hallways in the Night is a great read."Tampa Tribune: "this legal thriller is certainly hard to put down."BookStory: "An edge of the seat legal battle. Unputdownable."MenReadingBooks: "the courtroom scenes cracklee setting and dialogue sing with pure authenticity."_____________________________________________________________When a veteran cop attempts to arrest baseball's home run king, one of them en [...]

    5. Fans of early Grisham and Turow will love R. C. O'Leary's gripping legal thriller, HALLWAYS IN THE NIGHT. The story centers on veteran Atlanta police detective Dave Mackno who fatally shoots baseball superstar Remo Centrella (Atlanta's "home run king") during a late-night encounter. Dave claims Remo, souped up on steroids and alcohol, resisted arrest and tried to kill him, forcing Dave to shoot Remo in self-defense. But the prosecution argues that Dave acted irresponsibly, failing to call for ba [...]

    6. This is a well written story with fully developed characters facing off against one another amidst a racially tense city of Atlanta. Zone 3 is the roughest part of the city with the highest crime rate and a minority populace that abhors the presence of the police.This is where Dave Mackno and his partner spent their early days as cops trying to walk a fine line between keeping order while still keeping a respectful distance from the disdainful inhabitants. A cop in that situation risks not only [...]

    7. Firstly many thanks to the author RC O'Leary for sending me a review copy in exchange for a review, which I was only too happy to do as legal and courtroom dramas are my fave genre!In a random encounter the protagonists Det Dave Mackno and Remo Centrella (who has David Beckham popularity status) find themselves in a deadly confrontation that doesn't end well. Investigations follow, as do the cover ups, corruption and deals and then one of them finds themselves indicted.Once we're into the trial, [...]

    8. Top-notch story and satisfying conclusion!Both my husband and I enjoyed this book and give it 5 stars. It begins with a quick (and incomplete) description of a hostile confrontation that leaves a steroid-laced baseball star dead and a veteran cop in the hospital, claiming self-defense. Although internal affairs clears the cop, an ambitious and skilled black prosecutor decides to charge the white cop with manslaughter. As the plot progresses, we see glimpses of the cop's long history policing one [...]

    9. I thought this book was terrible.The story itself was nothorrible. It's primarily a legal "thriller" -- an undercover police officer shoots a man in self defense and is put on trial for it. The man he shot was a big-time local baseball player and the city wants the cop's blood. It's obvious the author was going for a Grisham-y vibe. However, he wrecks it in the afterward when he admits changing legal procedures for the benefit of the dramatic tension in the novel. Blegh.The problem is in the wri [...]

    10. An arrogant, steroid pushing baseball player gets killed by a cop. Self defense, he says. But when there’s 45 million dollars involved, a clean self defense claim doesn’t fully cut it. So what we have is an edge of the seat legal battle that makes you keep turning the pages till the very end. I love American legal dramas, be it reruns of The Practice or John Grisham novels. I don’t know if I am doing justice to the author by saying that this was like a Grisham, but it was. And some more. T [...]

    11. I read this book because amazon suggested it.wow, worst book I have ever read. I was intrigued because it takes place in Atlanta - but I'm not sure the author had ever been to Atlanta based on how cursory his descriptions of the city were. The race relations part of the story were shallow - the trial was HORRIBLE (so many legal inaccuracies and just nothing persuasive - terrible lawyering) - and the authors grammar was bad! Dear author, when you are saying Bass' carat's wrong. Bass's car. The wh [...]

    12. This book caught my attention from the very beginning. This is a wonderful story about what seems like a cut and dry police incident where the police officer made a few mistakes, this is what ends up taking him to court. The backstories and characters are all wonderfully woven together to make this legal thriller a great story. The narrator did a fabulous job. He has a very smooth voice and did an awesome job with the different characters and their accents.

    13. I truly enjoyed reading this novel to produce it as an audiobook. The plot's twists and turns are full of surprises. The characters are well drawn. And the ending is unguessable.I am hoping that RC O'Leary writes many more books, and soon!And, I hope to get to narrate at least some of them.

    14. I downloaded the first 5 chapters and thoroughly enjoyed them -- I couldn't wait to get my hands on the rest of the book. What a wild rideuh, read was too!Fast-paced, detailed, suspenseful, thrilling, incredible characters!

    15. Awesome and well developed story. Enjoyed this book from start to finish. Great ending. I highly recommend this book - you will not want to put it down.

    16. Utterly thrilling!Once the characters were introduced and the plot started there was no putting down the book. I found myself pulling for the truth.

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