Tuesday, January 6, 2015

"Woman with a Gun"

Former trial attorney Phillip Margolin has been writing full-time since 1996. Most of his many novels have been New York Times bestsellers.

He applied the Page 69 Test to his new novel, Woman with a Gun, and reported the following:
This should be the page 68-69 test. Those two pages at the beginning of Chapter Ten of Woman with a Gun are definitely representative of the book and would keep a reader reading on. The scene is set at the beginning of a Death Penalty murder case that results in womanizing District Attorney Jack Booth’s complete humiliation at the hands of defense attorney Kathy Moran. Instead of concentrating on problems he might have with his case, Jack is focusing on getting Kathy into bed. Kathy, on the other hand, has done her homework in a case that Jack mistakenly believes to be open and shut.
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My Book, The Movie: Woman with a Gun.

--Marshal Zeringue