The Right to Remain Silent

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Steerforth Press
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6.0 X 8.9 X 1.0 inches | 0.8 pounds

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About the Author
Born and raised in New York City, Charles Brandt is a former junior high school English teacher, welfare investigator in East Harlem, homicide prosecutor, and Chief Deputy Attorney General of the state of Delaware. In private practice since 1976, he has been president of the Delaware Trial Lawyers Association and the Delaware Chapter of the American Board of Trial Advocates. He is the author of I Heard You Paint Houses, the inspiration for Martin Scorsese's film The Irishman, and co-author of Joe Pistone's Donnie Brasco: Unfinished Business and of Lin DeVecchio's We're Going to Win This Thing: The Shocking Frame-Up of a Mafia Crime Buster.
"There is simply no doubt the author speaks authoritatively." -- Los Angeles Times Book Review

"Strong and vivid." -- The New York Times Book Review

"Not to be Missed." -- The Sunday Times

"Detailed, realistic, and with excellent character development and motivation, this is as good as . . . Scott Turow's Presumed Innocent." -- Library Journal

"Forceful, vibrant, highly-charged." -- Booklist

"Intriguing . . . action-filled . . . An entertaining intelligent look at police work and the law." -- The News Journal (Wilmington)

"Brandt writes with energy and an insider's knowledge of the criminal justice system." -- The Birmingham (AL) News

"Unique insights . . . blending a fast pace with realistic detail." -- Richmond Times-Dispatch
"A winner! . . . Lots of action, a crazed vigilante, a couple of murders, a little romance...fascinating." -- Knight Ridder Newspapers

"Just when you think all the angles have been written and the stories told, along comes someone like Brandt . . ." -- The Star-Banner (FL)

"An excellent, wonderfully entertaining crime story. From beginning to end, a superb page-turner with an expert's eye throughout." --Robert K. Tanenbaum