The Flinch Factor by Michael A. Kahn audiobook

The Flinch Factor: A Rachel Gold Mystery

By Michael A. Kahn
A Poisoned Pen Press Mystery
Read by Hillary Huber

Blackstone Publishing 9781464201424

The Rachel Gold Mysteries: Book 8

8.92 Hours Unabridged
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Severalyears have passed since we last saw Rachel Gold. The stunning and savvy attorneywas then engaged to be married. Since that time she has become a mother and amuch-grieving widow, and now she is embroiled in a lost cause—the Frankensteincase—representing a blue-collar neighborhood fighting a powerfuldeveloper intent on bulldozing their homes to erect a swanky gated community.Who’s pushing her here? Her mother, of course. Rachel’sstrategy will be based on a wild card: the judge on the case—a judge so wacky thathe’s known to the Saint Louis bar as the Flinch Factor, as in the spawn ofJudge Judy and Pee-wee Herman. Rachelhas also gained a new client: Susannah, sister of Nick Moran, heartthrob ofevery woman whose kitchen he remodeled. Nick has been murdered, found slumpedon the front seat of his pickup along an isolated lane known to the vice squadas Gay Way, his pants unzipped, a coil of rubber tubing on the seat, an emptysyringe on the floor. His female groupies are stunned, to say the least—Nick gay?No way. Susannah seeks out Rachel, convinced that her brother wasn’tgay or a druggie and that his death was not an accident. AlthoughSusannah seems the classic blindly adoring younger sister, a skeptical Rachelagrees to check it out. To her surprise, she turns up facts and witnessessuggesting that maybe, just maybe, Nick’s death was staged to look like anoverdose during sex. Things then rapidly grow darker in what increasinglybecomes a real Frankenstein of a case.

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Summary

Summary

Severalyears have passed since we last saw Rachel Gold. The stunning and savvy attorneywas then engaged to be married. Since that time she has become a mother and amuch-grieving widow, and now she is embroiled in a lost cause—the Frankensteincase—representing a blue-collar neighborhood fighting a powerfuldeveloper intent on bulldozing their homes to erect a swanky gated community.Who’s pushing her here? Her mother, of course.

Rachel’sstrategy will be based on a wild card: the judge on the case—a judge so wacky thathe’s known to the Saint Louis bar as the Flinch Factor, as in the spawn ofJudge Judy and Pee-wee Herman.

Rachelhas also gained a new client: Susannah, sister of Nick Moran, heartthrob ofevery woman whose kitchen he remodeled. Nick has been murdered, found slumpedon the front seat of his pickup along an isolated lane known to the vice squadas Gay Way, his pants unzipped, a coil of rubber tubing on the seat, an emptysyringe on the floor. His female groupies are stunned, to say the least—Nick gay?No way. Susannah seeks out Rachel, convinced that her brother wasn’tgay or a druggie and that his death was not an accident.

AlthoughSusannah seems the classic blindly adoring younger sister, a skeptical Rachelagrees to check it out. To her surprise, she turns up facts and witnessessuggesting that maybe, just maybe, Nick’s death was staged to look like anoverdose during sex. Things then rapidly grow darker in what increasinglybecomes a real Frankenstein of a case.

Editorial Reviews

Editorial Reviews

“The Rachel Gold series is intelligent and fun.” Nelson DeMille, #1 New York Times bestselling author
The Flinch Factor is another welcome addition to the wonderful Rachel Gold series, a clever engrossing legal thriller punctuated by sharp humor and many unexpected developments.” Scott Turow, #1 New York Times bestselling author
“Interesting and quirky characters. Michael Kahn is a wordsmith with some great turns of phrase, humorous descriptions, and catchy dialogue. A lawyer who knows the ins and outs of the law, and the skinny on how it’s done. Kahn shows the inside seam on the underbelly of real estate development, deceitful developers, and their ravenous lawyers. The Flinch Factor is a great read. Pick it up, but only if you can afford to lose a night’s sleep because you won’t be able to put it down.” Steve Martini, New York Times bestselling author
“Both tough-minded and kind, Rachel Gold struggles with two difficult cases in Kahn’s enjoyable eighth mystery featuring the St. Louis attorney…A trial lawyer himself, Kahn handles the legal details briskly. Even better, as the investigations begin to overlap, Rachel’s tense skirmishes with antagonists are balanced with warm interactions with her family and friends—and zany encounters with notoriously eccentric judge Howard Flinch.” Publishers Weekly
“It’s all worth it to hear Judge Flinch tell a witness who’s taking the Fifth: ‘You’re plenty incriminated already.’” Kirkus Reviews

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Author

Author Bio: Michael A. Kahn

Author Bio: Michael A. Kahn

Michael A. Kahn, a graduate of Amherst College and Harvard Law School, is a trial lawyer and award-winning author. He wrote his first novel on a challenge from his wife Margi, who got tired of listening to the same answer whenever she asked him about a book he was reading. “Not bad,” he would say, “but I could write a better book than that.” “Then write one,” she finally said, “or please shut up.” So he shut up, and then he wrote one. He has written short stories, several Rachel Gold novels, and another novel, The Mourning Sexton, under the pen name Michael Baron. In addition to his work as a lawyer, he is an adjunct professor of law at Washington University in Saint Louis. Married to his high school sweetheart, he is the father of five and the grandfather of, so far, four.

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Available Formats : Digital Download, Digital Rental, CD, MP3 CD
Category: Fiction/Mystery & Detective
Runtime: 8.92
Audience: Adult
Language: English