4 journalers for this copy...
An enjoyable read - it kept me turning pages past my bedtime. A courtroom drama about a woman who kidnaps her daughter from the grandparents who have custody . . . the grandfather comes to attorney Paul Madriani for help in retrieving his granddaughter. I don't imagine it's much of a spoiler to say that someone involved with the kidnapping turns up dead (most courtroom dramas do center around a murder trial, after all ::grin::), and Madriani has to solve the case and save his client from a guilty verdict. There were some interesting twists and turns, and the author laid his clues pretty well - I'd suspected the real killer early on, but then started to second-guess myself as the book went on. There were times, though, when I found the writing style distracting; it was written in the first person, but occassionally seemed to shift to someone else's PoV for short periods. Or maybe that was my imagination. I found the ending a bit anti-climactic.
It's now on it's way to reddragonlady. Enjoy! :-)
As a story, it was all right, just not note-worthy.
I am going to be moving across the country in a few weeks, and plan on releasing this and several other books along the way.
Didn't have internet access during the drive, so was journaled before I could make release notes. This was left at the Ogallala Nebraska East Bound rest stop on Sept 12th. Glad to know that the finder joined Bookcrossing! Welcome!
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