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Book One sets the pace for this two book series. Discover the conclusion to the story in Book Two. When seventy year-old Martha Powers is bludgeoned to death, the police are quick to point a finger at the young girl who cleans her home. The crime is horrendous and many valuables are stolen. And according to all evidence, only fifteen year-old Mattie Baker had opportunity a Book One sets the pace for this two book series. Discover the conclusion to the story in Book Two. When seventy year-old Martha Powers is bludgeoned to death, the police are quick to point a finger at the young girl who cleans her home. The crime is horrendous and many valuables are stolen. And according to all evidence, only fifteen year-old Mattie Baker had opportunity and motive. Renowned defense attorney Brady Flynn is retained by the girl’s father, and, at first, the case appeared to be a slam dunk win. But when lies are exposed and cover-ups revealed, nothing is as it first appeared. As the court room battle draws near, Brady’s world is further complicated by the reawakening of an old love affair. With the pressure reaching the boiling point, Brady realizes he is fighting the battle of his career.


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Book One sets the pace for this two book series. Discover the conclusion to the story in Book Two. When seventy year-old Martha Powers is bludgeoned to death, the police are quick to point a finger at the young girl who cleans her home. The crime is horrendous and many valuables are stolen. And according to all evidence, only fifteen year-old Mattie Baker had opportunity a Book One sets the pace for this two book series. Discover the conclusion to the story in Book Two. When seventy year-old Martha Powers is bludgeoned to death, the police are quick to point a finger at the young girl who cleans her home. The crime is horrendous and many valuables are stolen. And according to all evidence, only fifteen year-old Mattie Baker had opportunity and motive. Renowned defense attorney Brady Flynn is retained by the girl’s father, and, at first, the case appeared to be a slam dunk win. But when lies are exposed and cover-ups revealed, nothing is as it first appeared. As the court room battle draws near, Brady’s world is further complicated by the reawakening of an old love affair. With the pressure reaching the boiling point, Brady realizes he is fighting the battle of his career.

30 review for Rush To Justice Book

  1. 4 out of 5

    E Sano

    Another author who needs a good editor. An interesting plot but poor character development. The fact that it has to spill over to a second book to reach a conclusion is not a point in its favor. The only reason to read this book, or the Brady Flynn #2, is because it is a free read from Kindle Unlimited, and even then, it comes close to not being worth the effort.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Susannah Carleton

    Badly written, with voice changes several times per page and frequent tense changes. The characters are not well developed. I gave up halfway through.

  3. 5 out of 5

    cola bevington

    Do not buy this book!!!!!! This new trend of authors selling books that are incomplete is infuriating. "Rush to Justice" was an enjoyable story right up until it ended in the middle of no where and to continue the story the reader must purchase the next book in the series. I truly hope other readers out there will take the same stand that I have and refuse to purchase books that end during the climax if the story. It is also inconceivable to me that McIntosh asked readers to write a review on an un Do not buy this book!!!!!! This new trend of authors selling books that are incomplete is infuriating. "Rush to Justice" was an enjoyable story right up until it ended in the middle of no where and to continue the story the reader must purchase the next book in the series. I truly hope other readers out there will take the same stand that I have and refuse to purchase books that end during the climax if the story. It is also inconceivable to me that McIntosh asked readers to write a review on an unfinished book.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mary Manson

    First Time I Have Read a Book by This Author and I absolutely loved his writing style. With his character descriptions, I could actually see them in my mind as I was reading. I am thrilled to say I have a new author who writes legal thrillers to follow. I am now on to the next book in the series! Cannot wait to find out what happens!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Mary Hancock

    Basic who done it. Looking forward to this book, I was surprised to find Mr. McIntosh didn"t live up to his usual witty characters and as a matter of fact, his characters were interestingly retro. Basic who done it. Looking forward to this book, I was surprised to find Mr. McIntosh didn"t live up to his usual witty characters and as a matter of fact, his characters were interestingly retro.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Douglas H. McDonald

    It's a trick!! Annoyed to discover that the conclusion requires a separate purchase..too sneaky to shake some extra $$ from the reader..!! Story line interesting..stay away from author.. It's a trick!! Annoyed to discover that the conclusion requires a separate purchase..too sneaky to shake some extra $$ from the reader..!! Story line interesting..stay away from author..

  7. 4 out of 5

    Juledith L Marshall

    Ok read This was a pretty good story. Surprised that it is a two part story. The lead character Brady is likable but the other characters not so much. If you have time to kill this is ok to spend your time on.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Amy Williams

    Great intro to Brady Flynn Interesting plot and storyline. Easy to follow and enjoyable to read. I will definitely download part 2 to learn the ending.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Marilyn Lawrence

    Review of : "Rush to Justice" Disappointed that this book was not a complete book.. I will forego reading the next "installment" , because I feel I was misled here. Review of : "Rush to Justice" Disappointed that this book was not a complete book.. I will forego reading the next "installment" , because I feel I was misled here.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ted Tayler

    "A rush to buy Book 2" Here we go again with a freebie Book 1 that leaves you hanging, You do get a warning though, so if you get annoyed it's your own fault. Book 2 is available at a decent price, so if I was you I'd get them both straight off, because you are certain to want to know what happened. It was definitely a legal thriller; if you want to know how things work in the US legal system there's enough detail here to get you through college. As for the story, there are some issues but maybe "A rush to buy Book 2" Here we go again with a freebie Book 1 that leaves you hanging, You do get a warning though, so if you get annoyed it's your own fault. Book 2 is available at a decent price, so if I was you I'd get them both straight off, because you are certain to want to know what happened. It was definitely a legal thriller; if you want to know how things work in the US legal system there's enough detail here to get you through college. As for the story, there are some issues but maybe a couple of the seemingly throwaway paragraphs will re-surface in Book 2 and find resolution. I'm not an expert on cars either, but if someone sold me an Alpha Romeo, even I'd get twitchy about it being an authentic Italian sports car. Despite the occasional glitch, I enjoyed the pace and premise of the story and one day I might check out Book 2. Maybe tomorrow.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nadine

    I enjoyed the book. It was an easy comfortable read that kept my interest. I do wish this had been 1 entire book instead of 2 separate purchases. I immediately went and bought book 2. I had to know how the story ended, but felt that this really should have been 1 book. I would be more tempted to spend money on his books if I new that they were going to have a satisfying ending and not require me to spend more money on just a little over 200 pages total.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Jean Thiessen

    Review of Rush to Justice Book 1 The story moved quickly with not many surprises until the very end and then left the reader hanging. I was expecting Jennifer to turn up as Mattie's mother, and half expecting Brady to be her father. It still could happen in Book 2 which I downloaded right away. Review of Rush to Justice Book 1 The story moved quickly with not many surprises until the very end and then left the reader hanging. I was expecting Jennifer to turn up as Mattie's mother, and half expecting Brady to be her father. It still could happen in Book 2 which I downloaded right away.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Maureen

    It is absolutely ridiculous to promote an incomplete story. Bad marketing, bad decision-making. Yes, I should have read more closely but, no, I will not fork up $3 to read what should have been included in the first book.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Diana J Heding

    Keeps moving nicely This books moves along nicely easily. Plot flows smoothly. My only complaint is that it is a series book and I will have to buy book 2 to continue the story. I feel as though it could have been one book, not a series.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Dianne Lovato

    Good but should be one book Enjoyed the. Story so far. Good writing interesting plot but don't having one story split into two books. That is a Money ploy and don't you should treat your readers as such. Good but should be one book Enjoyed the. Story so far. Good writing interesting plot but don't having one story split into two books. That is a Money ploy and don't you should treat your readers as such.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Marcena Kane

    Sucked in Little did I know that this book would end so abruptly with a request for money to read the rest of it. Sorry, not going to happen. 'Mattie's' fate will remain unknown to this reader as now I simply don't care. Sucked in Little did I know that this book would end so abruptly with a request for money to read the rest of it. Sorry, not going to happen. 'Mattie's' fate will remain unknown to this reader as now I simply don't care.

  17. 5 out of 5

    David Berkley

    Book one has you looking for book two. Wow, what an ending to book one. Now for sure I need to read book two to see how this plays out. Great plot, are you sure you know who really did this?

  18. 5 out of 5

    Barb VanderWel

    I love this & I can't wait for more. I will be also leaving a review on Goodreads @ Amazon. And letting everyone know about it. So i gave it a 5 Stars. I love this & I can't wait for more. I will be also leaving a review on Goodreads @ Amazon. And letting everyone know about it. So i gave it a 5 Stars.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Elaine

    You'll be happier if you skip this one. It's merely an intro into other books in the series and ends after it's determined whether the case will be heard in juvenile or adult court. You'll be happier if you skip this one. It's merely an intro into other books in the series and ends after it's determined whether the case will be heard in juvenile or adult court.

  20. 5 out of 5

    lenora crenshaw

    Interesting thriller Apparently I have read these books out of order. I recall Brady being married but maybe I am confusing my books.

  21. 4 out of 5

    brian ruley

    Very good Good legal thriller. Enjoyed the writing style and the story. Hoping to download part 2 soon. Thanks for the story

  22. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Welsh

    I loved this book.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Andrew Ostrega

    Great This is the first book I have read by this author and highly recommend it I we ill surely read more by him

  24. 4 out of 5

    Dan Leblanc

    Didn't like that book one ended in the middle of the story, then asked you too buy book two too finish reading the novel. Just wanted other readers to know that this was the case with this novel. Didn't like that book one ended in the middle of the story, then asked you too buy book two too finish reading the novel. Just wanted other readers to know that this was the case with this novel.

  25. 4 out of 5

    judith collins

  26. 5 out of 5

    Berta

  27. 4 out of 5

    Grant Aagard

  28. 5 out of 5

    Richard Wintrode

  29. 4 out of 5

    Chill83

  30. 4 out of 5

    Deanna Collins

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