Gardner, Erle Stanley, The D. A. Calls a Turn (NY: Grosset and Dunlap, 1944). Inez Stapleton, a defense attorney, makes an appearance in this novel featuring D. A. Doug Selby. Gardner is better known as the author of the Perry Mason courtroom novels.
Gardner, Hayley, The One-Week Baby (Richmond: Mills & Boon, 1997)(Mills & Boon Romance; H5160).
Gayle, Stephanie, My Summer of Southern Discomfort (2007). A Harvard Law grad takes a job as a Southern prosecutor and remakes her life.
Geary, Nancy Whitman, Misfortune (NY: Warner, 2001).
Gelinas, Robert E., Dead of night (NY: Windsor, 1993. Female St. Louis attorney.
Gordimer, Nadine, None to accompany me (London: Bloomsbury, 1994). South African attorney Vera Stark examines her life.
Godwin, Gail, Glass people (NY: Penguin Books, 1986)(Contemporary American fiction).
Goudge, Eileen, Thorns of Truth (Viking, 1998). Attorney Rose Griffin. Sequel to Garden of Lies (1989).
Graham, Heather, Tall, Dark, and Deadly (NY: Onyx, 1999). Romantic suspense.
Granotier, Sylvia, La rigole du diable (Livre de Poche, 2013). A young Parisian lawyer defends an African immigrant accused of poisoning her husband.
Graves, Lindsay, To Catch a Husband–An Ex-Wives Novel (2006). Features an ex-lawyer.
Grayson, Kristine, Utterly Charming (NY: Kensington, 2000)(Zebra Books). Fantasy; the attorney character is Nora.
Green, Billie, Wildfire (NY: Bantam, 1993)(Loveswept; 618). Texas lawyer finds love; romance fiction.
Green, Tim, Double Reverse (NY: Warner, 2000).
Green, Tim, The Letter of the Law (NY: Warner Books, 2000).
Green, Tim, The red zone (NY: Warner Books, 1998). Woman lawyer investigates a Palm Beach murder. Green is an NPR commentator, former professional football player, and attorney.
Gregory, Sarah (pseud. of A. W. Gray), The best defense (NY: Signet, 1999).
Gregory, Sarah, Capitol Scandal (1999).
Gregory, Sarah, In self-defense (NY: Signet, 1995). Texas lawyer.
Gregory, Sarah, Public trust (NY: Signet, 1997). Texas attorney takes up the cause of a death row inmate.
Grierson, Edward, The Second Man (1956).
Griffin, Jocelyn, Hostages to Fortune (SIlhouette Books, 1984). Romantic suspense.
Grimshaw, Charlotte, Guilt (London: Abacus, 2000).
Grisham, John, The Client (NY: Island Books, 1994). Female attorney assists young boy involved in a murder.
Grisham, John, The Pelican Brief (NY: Dell, 1993). Female law student uncovers plot against U.S. Supreme Court justices. Filmed with Julia Roberts and Denzel Washington.
Gruenfeld, Lee, The expert (NY: Dutton, 1998). Woman attorney investigates computer crime.
Gruenfeld, Lee, The halls of justice (NY: Onyx, 1997). Attorney Diane Pierman is suspected of murdering her rapist.
Gutman, Amy, Equivocal Death (due 2001). Kate Paine is a Harvard Law School graduate investigating the death of a senior partner.
Hager, Jean, Death on the Drunkard’s Path (Avon, 1996). Former corporate attorney ends up dead at a quilting conference.
Halburg, Lynette, Enchanted Evening (2001).
Hamilton, Paula, The wanderer’s promise (NY: Dell, 1986)(Candlelight supreme; 146). Romance fiction.
Haran, Maeve, It takes two (NY: Harper Paperbacks, 1994). Romance fiction.
Hare, Cyril, Tragedy at Law (HarperCollins, 1991). Lady Barber, the wife of the judge who receives death threats in this mystery novel, is a trained lawyer. However, she never practices.
Harris, Norm, Fruit of a Poisonous Tree (2001). Navy lawyer Faydra Green.
Harrington, Kathleen, Montana Angel (NY: Avon Books, 1994)(Avon Romance).
Harrington, William, Partners (NY: Seaview Books, 1980).
Hartzmark, Gini, Bitter business (NY: Fawcett Columbine, 1995). Chicago lawyer Kate Mulholland becomes involved in a murder case.
Hartzmark, Gini, Fatal reaction (NY: Ivy Books, 1998). Features Kate Mulholland, Chicago attorney.
Hartzmark, Gini, Final option (NY: Ivy, 1994). Kate Mulholland thriller.
Hartzmark, Gini, Principal defense (NY: Ivy Books, 1992). First in the Kate Mulholland series.
Hartzmark, Gini, Rough trade (NY: Random House, 1999). Kate Mulholland becomes involved in sports law and murder.
Hasler, Eveline, Flying with wings of wax: the story of Emily Kempin-Spyri (NY: Fromm International, 1993). Fictionalization of the life of lawyer Emilie Kempin-Spyri (1853-1901).
Healy, Jeremiah F., The stalking of Sheilah Quinn (NY: St. Martin’s Press, 1998).
Heggan, Christine, Suspicion (NY: Harlequin, 1998). Attorney Kate Logan’s ex husband is suspected of murder.
Hill, Reginald, Blood Sympathy (1996). Includes a female public defender character.
Hillerman, Tony, The Fallen Man (1999). This entry, along with some other Hillerman novels, includes lovely Navajo born, Stanford Law School educated Janet Pete as a love interest for investigator Jim Chee.
Hinze, Vicki, Duplicity (St. Martin’s, 1999). Military attorney Tracy Keener.
Hoag, Tami, Cry wolf (NY: Bantam Books, 1996). Louisiana-born prosecuting attorney returns home after losing a child abuse case, investigates serial murders with the assistance of disbarred attorney-novelist; love blossoms.
Hoag, Tami, Guilty as sin (NY: Bantam, 1996). Suburban Minnesota DA prosecutes child abduction and murder.
Holtzer, Susan, Better Than Sex (St. Martin’s, 2002). Includes a character named Mimi, a corporate lawyer.
Hornsby, Nick, High Fidelity (1995).Made into a movie of the same name.
Howatch, Susan, The High Flyer (2000). A London attorney marries, goes through a spiritual crisis.
Howell, Jean, Vale of Love (1986).
Hucker, Hazel, The aftermath of Oliver (1993).
Hunt, Margot, For Better and Worse (Mira, 2018).