Philip Friedman, author of the international bestsellers Reasonable Doubt, Inadmissable Evidence and Grand Jury, is an attorney living in New York City. His previous novels include Rage, which was also a film starring George C. Scott and Martin Sheen, and Termination Order, which the New York Times Book Review called 'one of the best spy stories of the year'. His novel about the conspiracy surrounding the assassination of John Kennedy, Act Of Love, Act Of War, was republished in 1994 under the title Wall of Silence.

Book List in Order: 8 titles


  • Prosecutor Ben Kaplan, New York chief of Major Crimes in the US Attorney's office, has always known exactly where his loyalties lie. But when his investigation of commercial fraud by a group of orthodox Jews uncovers a brilliantly counterfeited hund...



  • The New York police seize more than a million dollars tainted with heroin powder, implicating two elderly and distinguished Chinatown residents. Their case is rushed before the grand jury. Susan Linwood and David Clark are strangers before being ...



  • There's not much laughter at the New Year celebrations six weeks after John Kennedy's murder, no one feels like letting their hair down. That much is true of Harry Jensen, a White House analyst. So when George Hammond gives him some intelligence abou...



  • For tough New York City prosecutor Joe Estrada, the law is his life. And he's not about to let millionaire real-estate tycoon and community hero Roberto Morales slip out of a murder charge--not again. Morales is being retried for the rape and murder ...



  • Ex-federal prosecutor Michael Ryan has been estranged from his twenty-seven-year-old son Ned for three years when Ned is murdered. His daughter-in-law, wealthy socialite Jennifer Kneeland Ryan, has been indicted for the crime - Ned was bludgeoned to ...



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    Another thriller from the author of REASONABLE DOUBT and INADMISSABLE EVIDENCE, in which a faithful servant of the CIA has been forced to abandon the most brilliant stroke of his career and, refusing to obey orders, continues with his mission to prot...



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    It was the Pentagon's ultra-secret weapon -- silent and tasteless. Completely invisible and undetectable -- until it was much too late. Then it could take as little as a minute, or as much as a week before all vital functions disintegrated and you pa...