The Case Against William - Mark Gimenez

The Case Against William

By Mark Gimenez

  • Release Date: 2014-03-03
  • Genre: Mysteries & Thrillers
Score: 4.5
From 68 Ratings


Criminal defense lawyers must make their peace with one harsh fact of life: most of their clients are guilty. 

But when William Tucker, a celebrated and self-centered star college football player, is suddenly arrested and charged with the brutal rape and murder of a college coed two years before, his estranged father, Frank Tucker, a drunken, broken-down, beach-bum ex-criminal defense lawyer, cannot believe his son is guilty. No father can. So he must find a way to sober up and save his son from the death penalty sought by an ambitious district attorney. And father and son learn that only three things in life are certain: death, taxes, and a father's love for his son. 


Daily Mail (UK): "There cannot be any dispute. Gimenez has taken over John Grisham's mantle. . . . His work is now faster and fresher than Grisham, his characters are stronger, and his plot lines reek of tomorrow's headlines." 

Weekend Sport (UK): Same brilliant storyteller, brand new character to follow. Gimenez is a great and growing writer who hasn't let his readers down yet, and doesn't look likely to." 

The Australian: "Mark Gimenez writes colloquially smart dialogue but plots like an old master." 

Houston Press: "Gimenez's writing is explosive, fast-paced, and filled with unexpected plot twists that keep readers guessing right up to the last page." 

Civilian-Reader (UK): "Gimenez's novels are gripping, intense thrillers." 

Oamuru Mail (New Zealand): "Gimenez is a thriller writer of quality." (UK): "As ever, Gimenez is highly recommended, impossible to put down and definitely not to be missed. . . . Gimenez' stature continues to grow." 

The Courier-Mail (Australia): "Mark Gimenez already has a reputation as a fine thriller writer." 

Book-of-the-Month club: "Boy can this guy tell a story!"


  • The Case Against William

    By Glitcherfixer
    Great book- keep ‘me coming!
  • The case against William

    By Daisy Red
    Great story. Read the entire book in one day.
  • The case against William

    By Edy1942
    Was absolutely bored to tears the first couple of chapters. Almost quit reading. This author assumes that all readers are knowledgable regarding football and went into painful detailed, second by second play by plays until I was ready to scream. But I'm glad I stayed with it and anyone with any football savey will give it a 5 star review.