• Rich Blood

  • Jason Rich, Book 1
  • By: Robert Bailey
  • Narrated by: Joe Knezevich
  • Length: 9 hrs and 6 mins
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars (270 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

From Wall Street Journal bestselling author Robert Bailey comes a compelling legal thriller about a lawyer who takes on his sister’s case—and confronts small-town secrets and family skeletons.

Attorney Jason Rich has made a fortune off other people’s bad luck. His billboard slogan—“In an accident? Get Rich!”—accosts motorists on highways from Alabama to Florida. As ambulance chasers go, he’s exceptional.

But after a recent divorce and a stint in rehab, Jason has hit a rough patch. And things only get worse when his sister, Jana, is accused of her husband’s murder. Even though Jason has no experience trying criminal cases, Jana begs him to represent her.

Jason has mixed feelings about returning to Lake Guntersville, Alabama—and even more reservations about diving back into his sister’s life. Between the drugs, the affairs, and a tendency to gaslight everyone in her inner circle, Jana has plenty of enemies in town.

But did Jana hire someone to kill her husband? Jason isn’t so sure. He heads back to his hometown to unravel the truth and face off against opponents old and new.

©2022 Robert Bailey (P)2022 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

Critic Reviews

Rich Blood is a deliciously clever legal thriller that keeps you turning pages fast and furious. Robert Bailey’s latest is wildly entertaining.”—Patricia Cornwell, #1 New York Times bestselling author

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Different from last books.

It was good story, as far as family wins out in the end. The drunk lawyer maintains sobriety to defend his ungrateful, hateful sister. It did have a lot of twists and turns. I could not figure out how he was going to get her off. I was not prepared for that ending!

I just have to wonder if this was the same author as the previous 4 books? Those had a warm, comfortable feel to them. Easy to vividly imagine the scenes as they were being read. this book lacked that warmth and life. To me it was cold, distant, choppy. The writers flair was missing.

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Great Book!

I’ve been enjoying Robert Baileys’ books, which gave me a sentence for legal dramas and thrillers. The previous two series I read were excellent and I believe this one’s lis gonna come neck to neck with them. I’m looking forward to the next book in this series. I just wish that it would be available sooner! Don’t miss out on this book and this author! The narrator did a fantastic job also.

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Definitely a Robert Bailey Fan :)

Really enjoyed this new story and loved the Professor McMurtrie reference! Joe Knezevich was outstanding! I'm looking forward to more of RB's stories. The biggest negative is that I finish his stories way too fast! :(

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1st time ever reading this author I really like th

I hope you enjoy it as much as I did he did a terrific job and everything just surprised you every time you turn to page

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Excellent story. Fantastic narration.

The story really grips you early and keeps you on the edge of your seat.

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new Robert baily series

Not as good as his McMurtrie series but the ending had me curious on where it will go next so overall not bad just not as captivating 3.5 out of 5.

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Get Rich!!

Personal Injury attorney, Jason Rich, is known for his billboards and winning settlements for his clients…also for some shenanigans, typically under the influence, which have landed him in hot water with the Bar. After a 90-day stint in rehab, Jason is ready to get back to work. He certainly did not intend on having to return to his childhood home to defend his estranged sister on a murder-for-hire charge. But you stick by your blood when the going gets tough and that’s what Jason plans on doing. With no experience as a criminal trial lawyer and a ruthless drug lord breathing down his neck, Jason will find his patience and sobriety tested to the max!

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Keeps you on the edge of your seat.

I love finding a new author that I can follow. Robert Bailey's book Rich Blood was one I couldn't put down. Mr. Bailey is now my new author.

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Pronunciation of the local towns

One of the reasons I read the book is local color and the authors familiarity with the region. The narrator’s pronunciation of the hometown of Guntersville is so far off that anyone from north Alabama will cringe. I’m sure Mr Bailey did not give his stamp of approval.
It’s Gunter sville.
Not Gunt ters ville.
Thanks

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enjoyed this.

Sort of a fast story line but an easy read. I'd read him again. thanks

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