A Time to Kill by John Grisham is very enjoyable and engaging. The story is interesting, the legal theories are fascinating, and the characters are believable
Rogue Lawyer by John Grisham is actually a collection of several short stories, which have very little, or nothing at all, to do with each other.
I enjoyed the story very much, the author put in just enough history to make it enjoyable but didn’t dwell on the details to make the narrative drag.
Portrait of an Unknown Woman by Daniel Silva is the 22nd book in the Gabriel Allon series, where the retired Israeli spy is investigating an art forgery ring
Leigh Collier gets a call from one of the firm’s partners who wants Leigh to come on board to defend a wealthy man accused of multiple counts of rape
A dead young boy, drained of blood is found on the Fleet Rive, London 1678. Sir Edmund Bury Godfrey enlists famous polymath Robert Hooke to help
With all the action and adventure, this is ultimately a melancholy book. Allon is a flawed hero (but aren’t they all), who is, this time, out for revenge
I liked the characterization in the book. Louise, a no nonsense cop, Camilla, her ruthless bitch of a best friend, boyfriends and co-workers
This is an enjoyable book which was hard to categorize. A bit historical fiction, a bit mystery &court room drama – a legal mystery might fit the bill
The book is deliciously suspenseful, surprising and the unexpected twists and turns are a delight which will held my attention throughout