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The Holdout In This Twisty Tale From Moore The Sherlockian , The Academy Award Winning Screenwriter Of The Imitation Game, Young Juror Maya Seale Is Convinced That African American High School Teacher Bobby Nock Is Innocent Of Killing The Wealthy White Female Student With Whom He Appears To Have Been Involved And Persuades Her Fellow Jurors Likewise Ten Years Later, A True Crime Docuseries Reassembles The Jurors, And Maya, Now A Defense Attorney, Must Prove Her Own Innocence When One Of Them Is Found Dead In Maya S Room

About the Author: Graham Moore

Graham Moore is aNew York Timesbestselling novelist and Academy Award winning screenwriterHis screenplay for THE IMITATION GAME won the Academy Award and WGA Award for Best Adapted Screenplay in 2015 and was nominated for a BAFTA and a Golden Globe.His first two novels, THE LAST DAYS OF NIGHT 2016 and THE SHERLOCKIAN 2010 , were published in 24 countries and translated into 19 languages THE LAST DAYS OF NIGHT was named one of the best books of the year by the Washington Post, the Philadelphia Inquirer, and the American Library Association THE SHERLOCKIAN was nominated for an Anthony Award His third novel, THE HOLDOUT, will be published by Random House on February 18, 2020.Graham lives in Los Angeles with his wife, Caitlin, and their dog, Janet.

10 thoughts on “The Holdout

  1. says:

    BOTM pick for February 2020 This will be a short review, because the less you know about this book going in the better, but what a wild ride While some parts of the plot were a bit far fetched and reaching at times, it didn t cause my interest to wane, and if you can suspend the need for 100% believability, I think you ll enjoy this book as much as I did We get two mysteries for the price of one in this book, and if that kind of a ba

  2. says:

    25 year old black teacher Bobby Nock, is on trial for killing white 15 year old pupil Jessica Silver, heiress to a billion dollar fortune Her body hasn t been discovered, but that isn t going to stop this trial going ahead.There are 12 members of the jury in this high profile murder trial, and it s expected that Bobby Nock s conviction is a foregone conclusion that is until jury member Maya Seale manages to persuade the other jury members t

  3. says:

    Graham Moore s legal thriller is a compulsive and enthralling novel, based in Los Angeles, that points out many of the shortfalls of the justice system, from law enforcement, media intensity and social media, right through to the court trial and the jury system Moore exposes the multiple ways that society throughout its racist judicial system stacks the cards against black defendants In 2009, 25 year old black music teacher, Bobby Nock, is on tria

  4. says:

    I LOVED IT I was so sure I ll love this book Facts We have an Oscar winner script writer of Imitation Games on the board, still developing three other scripts to produce including this book Yes, I cannot wait With an impressive casting, this will be killer movie We have legal drama dances with whodunit murder mystery, 12 angry men 1957, Sidney Lumet s masterpiece meets Beyond A Reasonable Doubt 1956, Fritz Lang s fantastic crime drama We have moving, daz

  5. says:

    Ten years ago, Maya, the lone holdout on a jury, convinced 11 of her fellow jurors to acquit a black teacher accused of murdering his white teenage student Was justice served One juror, Rick, doesn t think so and he s written a book holding Maya responsible for letting a guilty man go free He hints that he has a new evidence and 10 years post trial, on the eve of a documentary about the case, the jury reassembles On the first night of their reunion a juror is f

  6. says:

    DNF 51%I just can t finish this one.Maybe it s the third person narrative, I don t know, but I m so disconnected from this book that my red low battery icon has been showing since around 20% into it Don t let me discourage you from picking it up, different books for different fry cooks, amiright sorry, that s all I could come up with sees myself out I was provided an ARC by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

  7. says:

    I m always drawn to legal thrillers and decided to give this one a go even with so many mixed reviews Glad I did because it was a nice distraction and I always looked forward to picking it up and seeing what mayhem would develop and it Always did.You get a murder case, a jury some behind the scenes deliberations, and lots of second guessing by most of the characters I did have issues with some of the plot and the many side stories going on, BUT nevertheless, I was still pull

  8. says:

    This is an intriguing book that mostly keeps my interest throughout The start certainly catches your attention and let s just say it s a head turner Ten years ago Jessica Silver, daughter of wealthy Lou Silver, goes missing and her body never found Her teacher Bobby Nock is eventually charged with her murder and the case goes to trial The evidence against Nock is not overwhelming but is suggestive and one things for sure, the trial is an absolute shambles The jurors are expected to

  9. says:

    I was a huge fan of The Last Days of Night, so I was curious to see what Moore would write next Don t look for another historical fiction, this book is a legal thriller But it s equally as good Ten years ago, Maya Seale convinced her fellow jury members to acquit Bobby Nock for the murder of Jennifer Silver The question being was he guilty beyond a reasonable doubt As so often happens, the court of public opinion thought the jury got it wrong and each jury member suffered the fallout He g

  10. says:

    4.5 stars, rounded up.Graham Moore s latest book, The Holdout , is a pretty great legal thriller, one which I could totally see becoming a movie.Ten years ago the trial rocked the country A black teacher was on trial for murdering his white teenage student, the daughter of a prominent real estate developer in LA During the trial text messages hinted at an inappropriate relationship between the teacher and student.When the jury got together, all but one juror, Maya, were ready to convict Li 4.5 s

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