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Life Support (Alexia Lindale Series #1)

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

gripping to the very end

Robert Whitlow's Life Support is complete with the themes that make for a good and gripping courtroom drama and suspense. The characters are believably real, although not exactly well-rounded, per se. The court side of the story was incorporated well and is not at all a...
Robert Whitlow's Life Support is complete with the themes that make for a good and gripping courtroom drama and suspense. The characters are believably real, although not exactly well-rounded, per se. The court side of the story was incorporated well and is not at all a pain to understand for someone with just the basic knowledge of the law. The story also comes with a twist, and a cliffhanger ending that would make you want to rush out and get a hold of the second book to see what happens next.

The events are well placed, and are kept interested enough that it kept turning the pages through the wee hours of the night. Robert Whitlow sure knows how to catch the interest of the reader and hold it to the very last pages of the book.

The writing is okay. The religious context was laid well into the story and presented without sounding preachy everytime. The touch of romance is promising. I really enjoyed reading this book, and I am glad that Booksneeze has given me a chance to read and review it. I highly recommend to anyone who has a thing for the courtroom-thriller genre, and a strong belief in God.

posted by meowth2011 on December 9, 2011

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Life Support

The main reason for my wanting to read "Life Support" by Robert Whitlow is because I am myself a lawyer. I must say that the legal research by Robert is quite top notch.
In short the story goes like this: Alexia Lindale is a young lawyer who represents divorce client...
The main reason for my wanting to read "Life Support" by Robert Whitlow is because I am myself a lawyer. I must say that the legal research by Robert is quite top notch.
In short the story goes like this: Alexia Lindale is a young lawyer who represents divorce clients. Rena Richardson is a rich young woman who decides, in a strange twisted way, to kill her husband, Baxter Richardson, and then explain it away as an accident. Through some interesting turns of event, Alexia ends up representing Rena - not knowing that this crazed woman is a murderer. She has to make some tough decisions while trying to be a friend and someone who can be trusted with the truth - or what she's told is the truth. A twisting tale of tough decisions and of a mysterious, healing grace.
Overall it is a good novel but the one aspect that I did not like is having to wait for the sequel. I like stories that end with the book.

posted by SauravBasu on August 23, 2011

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