In the course of a few short months, Judge Sean Riley and his peace officer lady, Jo, confront their deepest fears, find true love and vanquish the sinister forces that seek to destroy them both.
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Good Will Win in the End based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is the most intense political novel that I've read in years. Good Will Win in the End is an emotional roller coaster. The characters are very vividly portrayed and very likeable.
If you are pre-disposed to like the characters of a specific book, then you¿ll like this one. I read it and enjoyed it. I could be good friends with the characters in author Olsen¿s first book. They helped me participate in their lives and I¿m a sucker for a happy ending. Anyone who uses the correct collective noun for a bunch of cats, ¿clowder,¿ will get my attention anyway. If you¿re after a legal thriller, this isn¿t the book for you. It¿s not a genre piece. It reminds me somewhat of an early J B Priestley book, 'The Good Companions' (1929)¿not because Olsen is the writer Priestly was, but because there is evident goodness in the ensemble of characters. I think this is a great beach-read, and recommend it to others in search of a light read with people you¿d enjoy meeting.