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Posted June 27, 2013
Good book,, but left you hanging at the end with no idea when or if another book is coming out. Really despise these types of books. Either write the entire book or not, but dont leave ppl hanging just to get them to buy more books. Makes me not care to even get the next one.
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Posted April 8, 2015
Excellent legal thriller with a touch of romance for one set of characters. A second set of characters has an
emotional reconciliation before the final end in part two. Mr. Mathews is a British author, so beware the spelling
of words like neighbourhood. It is not misspelled but is the original English spelling rather than the lazy American
spelling. The main character is a Scot who moved with his family to France when he was eight, then moved to New
Orleans after the death of the father. The book is much more enjoyable, I think, if you have at least some knowledge
of the difference in thought processes between Americans and Europeans. The combined Parts 1 & 2 are 150,00
words, so for most this will be at least a two day (all day) read - it's worth it! Think two good Grisham novels.
Posted June 17, 2014