"We, the Jury has what most legal thrillers lack--total authenticity, which is spellbinding." ~ James Patterson
“Who says the legal thriller is gone? Obviously someone who has not read this little gem. Cleverly told, with a different kind of ticking clock, the drama is tough as nails, the chemistry enticing. It’s both believable and evocative. You must read it.” ~ Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author of The Malta Exchange
"The best legal thriller this year. Rotstein’s insight into the insidious nature of jurors and jury trials blew me away. A masterpiece of voice, character and points of view. Get it. Buy it. And become part of We The Jury." ~ Robert Dugoni, #1 Amazon, Wall Street Journal, and Internationally Best Selling Author of My Sister’s Grave
"We, The Jury" is an exceptional legal thriller that is told from multiple viewpoints during jury deliberations in a major murder case. I found myself changing my opinion on the defendant's guilt or innocence until the surprise ending ~ Phillip Margolin, New York Times bestselling author of The Third Victim
"A unique, razor-sharp legal thriller--Robert Rotstein does it again!" ~ Nancy Allen, author of the Ozarks Mystery Legal Suspense Series
COMING OCTOBER 23, 2018
On the day before his twenty-first wedding anniversary, David Sullinger buried an ax in his wife’s skull. Now, eight jurors must retire to the deliberation room and decide whether David committed premeditated murder—or whether he was a battered spouse who killed his wife in self-defense. Told from the perspective of over a dozen participants in a murder trial, We, the Jury examines how public perception can mask the ghastliest nightmares. As the jurors stagger toward a verdict, they must sift through contradictory testimony from the Sullinger’s children, who disagree on which parent was Satan; sort out conflicting allegations of severe physical abuse, adultery, and incest; and overcome personal animosities and biases that threaten a fair and just verdict. Ultimately, the central figures in We, the Jury must navigate the blurred boundaries between bias and objectivity, fiction and truth.