A Plague of Secrets.
I'm definitely a fan of Lescroart's Dismas Hardy series. I love Dismas, a defense lawyer, and his friends, especially Abe Glitsky and Wes Farrell.
This was not my favorite, but that doesn't mean it isn't good -- Lescroart is always good. His novels are interesting, informative, suspenseful legal thrillers.
His recurring characters are always well-developed, but Abe and Wes and several others played small roles in this novel. For me, they are such a huge part of the world Lescroart creates that it is disappointing not to have them play larger parts in A Plague of Secrets. I do like the way that characters from past novels often show up again, which adds to the reality of the world of Dismas Hardy
Another quibble (remember, I'm quibbling, 'cause I love this series; this is #20, and I have high hopes for many more)-- is that this novel seems less dense.
I have not read a Lescroart novel that I didn't like, but he sets a pretty high standard for himself. :)
Fiction. Legal Thriller. 2010. 512 pages.