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In a novel that races along like a hot desert wind, Freedman unleashes "one of the most extravagantly entertaining thrillers of the year" (Kirkus). Justice is blind--especially for criminal attorney Will Alexander who's trying the most hopeless case of his career. Convinced that his two motorcycle gang member-clients are innocent of murder, Will now must prove it to a ruthless D.A., a doubting judge, and a hostile jury.
Posted January 29, 2003
I was very impressed with his first novel. It was a moderately suspenseful story however, it had enough sustenance to keep me totally absorbed to the very last page. I am looking forward to indulging myself with more of his tales.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 27, 2000
In reading the other reviews of this book, I find it unusual that none mentioned the strong homosexual nature of the story line. The book ends on such a graphic sexual scene that it is difficult not to remember that the author has a very good grasp of homosexual affairs gone astray. As for the book, it did move at a good pace atlthough the continued presence of the young daughter seemed to be unnecessary. Reducing the ongoing presence of this character would have tightened the plot and made for better reading. All in all, I found the book an enjoyable read for the beach, and recommend it to someone not easily offended by the underlying theme of graphic sexual episodes both homosexual and heterosexual in content. Did not enjoy this book as much as 'The Disappearance'.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 5, 2010
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