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Publication Order of Nina Reilly Books

Motion to Suppress (1995)Description / Buy at Amazon
Invasion of Privacy (1996)Description / Buy at Amazon
Obstruction of Justice (1997)Description / Buy at Amazon
Breach of Promise (1998)Description / Buy at Amazon
Acts of Malice (1999)Description / Buy at Amazon
Move to Strike (2000)Description / Buy at Amazon
Writ of Execution (2001)Description / Buy at Amazon
Unfit to Practice (2002)Description / Buy at Amazon
Presumption of Death (2003)Description / Buy at Amazon
Unlucky in Law (2004)Description / Buy at Amazon
Case of Lies (2005)Description / Buy at Amazon
Show No Fear (2008)Description / Buy at Amazon
Dreams of the Dead (2011)Description / Buy at Amazon

Confused to see one name though two individuals? Pamela and Mary O’Shaughnessy are sisters who compose together. The name Perri is an amalgam of their names, Pamela and Mary, and a praise to Perry Mason, the well-known anecdotal Erle Stanley Gardner.

Mary was born in Northern California, Pamela in Missouri. They grew up and built up a preference for non-existent wrongdoing in suburbia of Los Angeles, including Whittier, Yorba Linda, Placentia, and Redondo Beach. (Coolest of all must be Redondo, with its eminent daylight and sea, the perfect prototype environment for maturing scholars.) Pamela went to Whittier College, UCLA and Long Beach State University, in the long run graduating with a degree in political science, from the renown Harvard Law School located in Cambridge. Mary in addition attended the Long Beach, finishing her Bachelors from the University of California with a degree in English writing. After school, she moved to Boston, her home base as she took a shot at multi-media ventures in New York, Washington D. C., and the Virgin Islands.

Mary lives in northern California, Pam in Hawaii. Pamela has a child, and Mary is hitched with three youngsters. Together, Mary and Pam compose books including lawyer Nina Reilly, a South Lake Tahoe solo professional and short stories highlighting whatever baffling occasions they happen to be considering


Motion to Suppress

Coming back from her late move as a barmaid at a gambling club in Lake Tahoe, Misty Patterson struck her savagely envious spouse in self-preservation. She concedes that- – yet she did execute him? She says she can’t recollect. Like most number of times, some time recently, Misty passed out and whatever remains of the night is not clear. Presently her spouse has passed away, abandoning a trail of blood, and she’s the main homicide suspect with nobody to swing to for help.

San Francisco lawyer Nina Reilly is additionally on the keep running—from a terrible marriage and a more regrettable vocation difficulty, she migrated to Lake Tahoe, Nina is set out to recuperate her soul, give her young child a safe home, and develop a little solo practice. However, when Misty Patterson strolls in the entryway, a fair Barbie doll of a mixed drink server blamed for homicide, it triggers a nerve racking series of occasions that will change both ladies’ lives till the end of time.

Sound judgment says Misty is lying. To win this case Nina will need to trust her own senses, jumping headlong into the dull convolutions of the human personality. This homicide case—abounding with evil privileged insights, implicit double-crossings, and shocking disclosures—is going to change everything Nina Reilly appreciates about the law. It will shake everything Misty accepts about herself. Furthermore, in the event that they can figure out how to believe each other, it will give both ladies their unrivaled opportunity to recover their smashed lives.

Case of Lies

In a hypnotizing novel that doesn’t give up from the principal page until the stunning exceptional conclusion, Perri O’Shaughnessy conveys a jolting lawful thriller around two ladies taking a chance with all they have that could cost them their lives—or set them both free

Twelve years back, a young lady vanished. Presently a producer has made a motion picture about it. The young lady’s guardians call it attack of protection. A lady legal advisor calls it murder.

The O’Shaughnessy sisters, Mary and Pamela, have been composing aggregately under the nom de plume “Perri O’Shaughnessy” for a decent time now, constructing a voluminous mythos around Nina Reilly, a professionally skilled yet by and by a harried lawyer who has an affinity for pulling in peril even while shunning it. CASE OF LIES, which may end up being the penultimate novel in the series, discovers Reilly changing private districts once more, moving this opportunity to Lake Tahoe, Nevada, yet keeping on finding that the issues of her past influence her present and future.

O’Shaughnessy brings very much a fascinating blend into CASE OF LIES, with a gathering of MIT understudies, one of whom is a true blue numerical virtuoso nearly detailing out one of the world’s top considered noteworthy riddles. The understudies hit the Tahoe gambling clubs with the objective of busting the tables by using a card-tallying plan based upon – what else? – Mathematical likelihood. It works fine until they are ransacked; and, over the span of the burglary, a pregnant lady who is a pure observer is slaughtered.

Streak forward to the present: Nina Reilly is gotten at the eleventh hour to speak to Dave Hanna, a to some degree hesitant offended party in a wrongful passing suit. Hanna is the spouse and father of the lady and unborn kid killed over the span of the burglary. The understudies are the main witnesses, and they appear to have vanished into the sands of time. The statute of confinements to convey the matter to trial is running, and with Hanna’s unique guidance pulling back, Reilly has little to work with.

With some persistent investigative work, Reilly can follow the science understudy. It’s quite bright the way this is set up – so smart, truth be told, that it bears a resemblance to a genuine occurrence. Reilly’s association for the situation, be that as it may, appears to have drawn the killer out of the woodwork, and very quickly he is by all accounts after Reilly and a number of personnel’s in relation with the case.

Science assumes a major part in the backstory of CASE OF LIES, and O’Shaughnessy makes a noteworthy showing with regards to of acquainting the peruse with the history and universe of numbers, and the individuals who are fixated on them, without upsetting the plot and the whole book alongside it. A portion of the scientific ideas exhibited in this are somewhat thick, and those of us whose thought of computation is knowing ahead of time the amount to pay the pizza conveyance fellow could have become lost before long were we in lesser hands. Be that as it may, O’Shaughnessy pulls this truly flawless trap wherein she likens a component of quantum material science with some fundamental (and justifiable) legitimate ideas and makes everything – if not superbly clear – sufficiently clear.

Instance OF LIES isn’t all prime numbers and quantum hypothesis. A long way from it. There’s a passel of intriguing characters, a touch of sex and blasts (notwithstanding occurring all the while at a certain point), and to a great degree all around clarified plot that is sufficiently unpredictable to be fascinating and, given the math tie-in, very outlandish. A side outing to Germany to remove witnesses on the run additionally allows Reilly to restore an old and uncertain connection with a past love interest. Furthermore, there likewise is a specific minute 66% of the route through that will bring you out of your seat.

Given that it might be a while before we see another Nina Reilly novel, CASE OF LIES is an unquestionable requirement read this mid-year.

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One Response to “Nina Reilly”

  1. The Old Ranger: 7 years ago

    I read the first 5 books while living in Texas. My reason for starting is that they were based around Lake Tahoe, which I had visited previously to reading the books. The authors are very good, and I enjoyed those books tremendously. Then we moved to Ohio in 2007 to help my wife take care of her mom, and I read the next 5 in order. Things got more involved as her mom became more frail and I dropped most of my reading at that time.
    We have since relocated to central Arkansas (in the hills and very rural). After getting settled, I am now back to wanting to read more of this series, so I purchased all 13 of this series (since the other books got lost in the shuffle). I am excited to start back at the first book and work my way to the last one in this series. Hopefully they might write another one while I’m busy reading.


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