Stalwart criminal defense lawyer Jack Swytek practices in balmy Miami, where he deals with hardened criminals and timely environmental issues.
Jack Swytek is persistent and dedicated to getting justice for Miami’s residents, from transplanted Yankees to the local Cuban community. His law practice runs the gamut from high-end real estate to damaging oil spills to kidnapping and murder. Then, there’s his complicated relationship with his politician father. Beyond a strong sense of place and people, actual crimes provide the inspiration for many of the cases in James Grippando’s riveting, topical series.
Jonathan Davis transports listeners to Miami - and into the heat of crimes. The best audio performances make you forget you’re listening to a recording. Davis is exactly that smooth, taking you into the action and seamlessly voicing a wide cast of characters - male and female, old and young, white, black, Latinos, Southerners, and Yankees. His narration has been described by listeners as “uplifting” and with the following equation: “Jonathan Davis/Grippando = Synergy”.
When James Grippando walked away from a partnership at Miami's most prestigious law firm to become a writer, most people said he was clueless. "Not so," said James, pointing out that "A James Grippando Novel" was a clue for #38 Across in the New York Times crossword puzzle. He is the winner of the Harper Lee Prize for legal fiction and the New York Times best selling author of more than two dozen novels of suspense.