Jeannine Reardon

Boston native, Suffolk University Law School alum, and former partner of Saltzman & McNaught, LLP, J.R. Reardon has practiced in many areas including civil and criminal litigation. She has taught insurance law with her father, Attorney Stephen R. McNaught, and is published in the Suffolk University Law Review. Reardon is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. She is also active in several legal associations in both Massachusetts and the District of Columbia. After making her home in the Washington, D.C. area with her husband, Attorney David M. Reardon and their daughter for 8 years, Reardon has returned "home" to the Boston area and is once again working with her father focusing mostly on insurance defense. Due to popular demand, a third installment of the "The Rebecca Tameron Mystery Series", titled "ADVICE AND CONSENT" was released in 2012. More books are in the pipeline - follow her on Facebook for updates and events!

Publications:

Confidential Communications - Rebecca Lawson, a young general-practice attorney in Vermont, expected to expand her practice when she was hired by Allan Richards to investigate a suspicious employee. Instead, she finds herself amidst national and international conspiracies, manipulations, and murder. With the help of an old colleague, Joshua Tameron, she learns that the financial security and innocent citizens of the United Sta. . .

Xlibris - 2008-06-16

DISHONORED - In treachery, there is no honor...Federal District Court Judge Rebecca Tameron seemed to have it all-a loving family, a prestigious career and the respect of her community ~ that is, until her world falls apart. Implicated in the disappearance of a Supreme Court Justice, and the shooting of a Federal agent, Tameron scrambles to uncover the truth. The problem is, each investigative leads she pursue. . .

Outskirts Press - 2010-01-15

ADVICE AND CONSENT - WHEN THOSE WE TRUST BETRAY US, WHERE DO WE TURN???In Reardon's latest book, ADVICE AND CONSENT, United States Supreme Court Justice Sean McNaught, the crucial swing vote on a divided court, has decided to retire.  It is up to President James Cotson to find his replacement. The President's search is plagued with problems as his first two nominees are rejected.  Worse, a wave of terrorist . . .

Outskirts Press - 2012-06-29