Posts Tagged ‘Reader Views Literary Award’

Robert Blake Review of A Trial of One for Reader Views

Wednesday, September 3rd, 2008

Now that you’ve had a chance to read a number of chapters of A Trial of One, the third in The Osgoode Trilogy, please have a look at one review of the novel which won the Readers Views Award for Literary Fiction.

A Trial of One: The Third in the Osgoode Trilogy
Mary E. Martin
iUniverse (2007)
ISBN 9780595445714

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake for Reader Views (2/08)
In “A Trial of One,” third in the “Osgoode Trilogy,” attorney Harry Jenkins is confronted with
greed, fraud, and murder as he seeks to locate the missing shares of Elixicorp Enterprise stock for his
client. The fast-moving plot (more…)

A Trial of One, the missing Chapter 7

Tuesday, August 19th, 2008

Here’s another favorite character of mine, Dorothy Crawford, widow of Richard Crawford, Harry’s deceased law partner, Richard. Have you ever met women, who have no idea how to live when the husband dies, because they have been so dominated all their lives? When I started in law in 1973, I met a lot of them. Dorothy is about to get the shock of her life about her husband in this chapter.  Read on!  (more…)

A Trial of One wins the Readers Views literary award for best fiction

Tuesday, May 20th, 2008

  So, now that you have met Harry Jenkins and his elderly client Norma Dinnick, I am going to introduce you to Dr. Robert Hawke, Harry’s adversary. This charming, but sinister madman claims to have a cure for Alzheimer’s. Where do we meet him? In his bathtub at the King Edward Hotel in Toronto.

I’ll be posting various chapters, so please read on and come back for more. Hopefully, you’ll be so intrigued that you will have to buy A Trial of One.  CHAPTER 2 (more…)

BOOK SIGNING BY MARY E. MARTIN on Sunday, May 18th, 2-4pm

Monday, May 12th, 2008

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