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Inside a prestigious law firm, a rookie lawyer is pulled into a dark maze of lies and violence. An ambitious Stanford graduate, David Adams has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm. It’s a personal victory for the rising superstar—a satisfying reversal from his impoverished and despairing childhood. Now he has the life he’s always wanted: an e Inside a prestigious law firm, a rookie lawyer is pulled into a dark maze of lies and violence. An ambitious Stanford graduate, David Adams has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm. It’s a personal victory for the rising superstar—a satisfying reversal from his impoverished and despairing childhood. Now he has the life he’s always wanted: an extravagant salary, a high-rise condo, a luxury SUV, and no limit to how far he can go in the eyes of the top partners.But after the shocking suicide of a fellow associate—one who, in his final hours, offered David an ominous warning—he feels the pull of powerful forces behind the corporation’s enviable trappings. The suicide leads unexpectedly to David’s discovery of a secret enclave of the city’s homeless, where he can’t help but feel an affinity to these outcast souls. Nor can he ignore the feeling that they hold the key to the truth behind a dark conspiracy.When one of his new street friends is murdered, David’s clear doubts about his employer start shifting into a dark reality. Now torn between two worlds, David must surrender all that he’s achieved to fight for a larger cause of justice—and become his firm’s most dangerous acquisition.


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Inside a prestigious law firm, a rookie lawyer is pulled into a dark maze of lies and violence. An ambitious Stanford graduate, David Adams has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm. It’s a personal victory for the rising superstar—a satisfying reversal from his impoverished and despairing childhood. Now he has the life he’s always wanted: an e Inside a prestigious law firm, a rookie lawyer is pulled into a dark maze of lies and violence. An ambitious Stanford graduate, David Adams has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm. It’s a personal victory for the rising superstar—a satisfying reversal from his impoverished and despairing childhood. Now he has the life he’s always wanted: an extravagant salary, a high-rise condo, a luxury SUV, and no limit to how far he can go in the eyes of the top partners.But after the shocking suicide of a fellow associate—one who, in his final hours, offered David an ominous warning—he feels the pull of powerful forces behind the corporation’s enviable trappings. The suicide leads unexpectedly to David’s discovery of a secret enclave of the city’s homeless, where he can’t help but feel an affinity to these outcast souls. Nor can he ignore the feeling that they hold the key to the truth behind a dark conspiracy.When one of his new street friends is murdered, David’s clear doubts about his employer start shifting into a dark reality. Now torn between two worlds, David must surrender all that he’s achieved to fight for a larger cause of justice—and become his firm’s most dangerous acquisition.

30 review for An Equal Justice

  1. 5 out of 5

    Kaceey

    3.5* Congratulations are in order for David Adams! He just graduated from law school. As the new up-and-coming super-star, he’s taken a position at one of the top law firms in Austin, Texas. He has one singular goal. To be the best new attorney the firm has ever seen. If that means working himself to the bone, day and night - so be it. Even putting aside everything in his personal life as well. Including those valued traits that made him such an upstanding young man... morals... values...a sense 3.5* Congratulations are in order for David Adams! He just graduated from law school. As the new up-and-coming super-star, he’s taken a position at one of the top law firms in Austin, Texas. He has one singular goal. To be the best new attorney the firm has ever seen. If that means working himself to the bone, day and night - so be it. Even putting aside everything in his personal life as well. Including those valued traits that made him such an upstanding young man... morals... values...a sense of what’s right or wrong. It’s not long before David realizes that flying high may not be all he imagined. That there’s a huge price to pay. So is young David willing to pay up for the life he always dreamed of? A light legal thriller that was a quick weekend read! This is set to become a series with the next release An Unequal Defense is due to be released May 2020. I’ll be curious where the author takes the character next! Thank you to Goodreads Giveaways!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kathi Defranc

    What an inspiring book! Yes it is about a lawyer, new to a high-powered firm, just starting his journey when he meets some folks who live on the street. There are murders. crime and plenty of back-stabbing individuals, but through it all you find a different way to go...A real connection to others, and a decision to go the tough but worthwhile route.. A simply amazing story by an author I have enjoyed since I read his very first book- And could Not believe it was his first! I enjoy legal storie What an inspiring book! Yes it is about a lawyer, new to a high-powered firm, just starting his journey when he meets some folks who live on the street. There are murders. crime and plenty of back-stabbing individuals, but through it all you find a different way to go...A real connection to others, and a decision to go the tough but worthwhile route.. A simply amazing story by an author I have enjoyed since I read his very first book- And could Not believe it was his first! I enjoy legal stories, and read many, but none has ever given me the emotion and clarity easily carried by this wonderful story! 5 Golden Stars from me, and am so excited this is just the beginning of a series! I highly recommend this book to Everyone!!!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Laura Rash

    This one kind of reminded me of Grisham’s The Firm but with a different ethical level with homelessness. A quick and thoughtful read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ashley Lewis

    Meh... 2.5/5 stars This book was short. I wanted more. I wanted the story to be more flushed out and detailed. I wanted the characters to have more depth and know more about their background and why they are the way they are. With that said, I think the bones are good here. This book could have been great if Zunker could have expanded on what he already had here. I actually really want to pick up another novel by Zunker because again I think the plot was interesting and the characters had promise Meh... 2.5/5 stars This book was short. I wanted more. I wanted the story to be more flushed out and detailed. I wanted the characters to have more depth and know more about their background and why they are the way they are. With that said, I think the bones are good here. This book could have been great if Zunker could have expanded on what he already had here. I actually really want to pick up another novel by Zunker because again I think the plot was interesting and the characters had promise, I just wanted more.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Aristotle

    1991 The Firm by John Grisham 30 years later Straightforward plot and storytelling. Reads like a Lifetime movie. Not necessarily a bad thing but no real depth to the book. Only 217 pages so give it a try.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Nursebookie

    A wonderful quick read full of excitement, blackmail, murder and mystery at every turn. This thriller had me at the edge of my seat ala John Grisham style. I am so excited that this book will be a series and I cannot wait to read the next installment. You will fall in love with David Adams’ character and his next case! David Adams, a rookie lawyer and a Stanford graduate, has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm - which gives him the life and a lifestyle he never thoug A wonderful quick read full of excitement, blackmail, murder and mystery at every turn. This thriller had me at the edge of my seat ala John Grisham style. I am so excited that this book will be a series and I cannot wait to read the next installment. You will fall in love with David Adams’ character and his next case! David Adams, a rookie lawyer and a Stanford graduate, has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm - which gives him the life and a lifestyle he never thought he could ever have. With his extravagant salary with bonuses, he could now afford a fancy condo and his dream luxury SUV. His work ethic earns him top hours billed in his firm and everyone is taking notice. A fellow associate, Nick who gives him an ominous warning, turns up dead the next morning. A friend he made, Benny who saves him from an attempted robbery, also turns up dead. As they dig through these suspicious deaths, things may be connected to his employer. I love the pacing and how the story reveals what is needed at just the right time with a wonderful fulfilling ending. Highly recommend this fantastic thrilling read!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Val

    I. Loved. This. Book. I was enthralled from the first page through the last! The plot flows smoothly as we see the main character striving to make a place for himself in the world. And yet, despite his desire for worldly possessions and success, he has a moral compass that is admirable. I can't wait to read the next book in the series! I'm officially hooked!! PS. The author's note at the end of the book totally touched my heart. I. Loved. This. Book. I was enthralled from the first page through the last! The plot flows smoothly as we see the main character striving to make a place for himself in the world. And yet, despite his desire for worldly possessions and success, he has a moral compass that is admirable. I can't wait to read the next book in the series! I'm officially hooked!! PS. The author's note at the end of the book totally touched my heart.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Laur

    4 STARS - This was a decent read, and I enjoyed it overall because I liked the characters. The story itself was NOT ”a buckle in for the ride”, full of nail-biting suspense, no gigantic thrilling moments, no courtroom legal arguments drama. What it DID have was clean writing, a decent mystery, and a positive message for looking at the big picture of things.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Cathy Ryan

    This is a case of if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. From a poor background, newly qualified attorney David Adams has been recruited as an associate at Hunter & Kellerman, the most distinguished law firm in Austin, Texas. He was offered 20% more than much larger firms in San Francisco and New York, plus $20,000 for joining the team. Believing he has secured his dream job David makes the most of his change in fortunes. But the supposed suicide of another intern gives him pause for t This is a case of if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. From a poor background, newly qualified attorney David Adams has been recruited as an associate at Hunter & Kellerman, the most distinguished law firm in Austin, Texas. He was offered 20% more than much larger firms in San Francisco and New York, plus $20,000 for joining the team. Believing he has secured his dream job David makes the most of his change in fortunes. But the supposed suicide of another intern gives him pause for thought. '“I drove Nick home that night, helped him get into his house.” “Damn. Really? You may have been the last person to see him alive. Police said his girlfriend found him yesterday morning.” David thought about the guy he’d spotted outside Nick’s house.' Mentored by Thomas Gray, David is soon working punishing hours, to keep on top of his workload and ahead of the competition, unaware he’s being monitored. After a rare night out he is threatened at knifepoint. A homeless man, Benny, comes to his aid and through him David is introduced to the other homeless people who live at ‘The Camp’, tucked away on the outskirts of the city. An Equal Justice showcases the best and worst of human nature. The story is entertaining, and as David begins to realise all is not as it seems at Hunter & Kellerman, one of his new street friends is murdered. 'He couldn’t believe it. They’d found him. He’d been so careful. The plan had seemed perfect. But he’d clearly underestimated their reach.' David faces a clear choice—ignore what he suspects or give up his dream and all that goes with it to fight for justice. It’s a well written book, maybe tied up a little too neatly but it highlights a social issue that needs addressing. I love that Benny’s dream has become a reality in Austin. There’s a good mix of topics, including homelessness, murder, a mystery from the past and deciding what are the most important things in life. There’s a definite Christian feel to the story, which isn’t overwhelming. A quick, easy and clean read that keeps a steady pace and I think this book says a lot about the author’s own principles. I chose to read and review An Equal Justice courtesy of Katie Olsen (Little Bird Publicity) via NetGalley

  10. 4 out of 5

    Barbara

    I like my crime/mystery books with a bit more meat on their bones than this one. At only about 200 pages, I flew through it in a couple of hours. David Adams is the poor-boy-made-good young hotshot lawyer who turns to drugs to keep himself working through the night. He falls in with a homeless man called Benny who saves him from an assailant in a dark alleyway. People are getting killed off left, right and centre. David's boss is clearly a drunken, womanising 'wrongun', and there's a sinister blo I like my crime/mystery books with a bit more meat on their bones than this one. At only about 200 pages, I flew through it in a couple of hours. David Adams is the poor-boy-made-good young hotshot lawyer who turns to drugs to keep himself working through the night. He falls in with a homeless man called Benny who saves him from an assailant in a dark alleyway. People are getting killed off left, right and centre. David's boss is clearly a drunken, womanising 'wrongun', and there's a sinister blond man up to no good. The plot is pacey and enjoyable and things just fly along but there's something oddly unsatisfying. It's as if somebody has written a screenplay or a synopsis rather than a full book. There's very little detail and plenty of that old chestnut of 'telling rather than showing'. It reads like a beginners attempt to deliver cut-priced John Grisham so I was surprised to read that this wasn't the author's first book and he had a whole series already under his belt. This would be ideal to read on a long train or plain journey or for somebody who likes to keep their books short.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jan Brattain

    Received this as a free Amazon First reads book. I chose it because of the positive reviews it had. Maybe the reviews were written by the authors friends, I found it to be a poor imitation of a John Grisham novel, the Firm. The characters were poorly fleshed out, I was sick of the money grubbing aspect of this lawyer. The only reason I continued to read it was because it was short and I was able to finish it quickly. The story line was mildly interesting but predictable. Since I did finish it, I Received this as a free Amazon First reads book. I chose it because of the positive reviews it had. Maybe the reviews were written by the authors friends, I found it to be a poor imitation of a John Grisham novel, the Firm. The characters were poorly fleshed out, I was sick of the money grubbing aspect of this lawyer. The only reason I continued to read it was because it was short and I was able to finish it quickly. The story line was mildly interesting but predictable. Since I did finish it, I give it two stars. It was okay.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Tracy

    Excellent thriller and insight into the lives of those marginalized by society because of homelessness. Author, Chad Zunker is a true advocate who doesn't just talk the talk, but rather walks the walk. . .getting out and actually making a difference, and helping to open the eyes of our society (which all too often chooses to look the other way) and "seeing" beyond the stigma and into the individual. A little compassion can transform life for someone down on their luck. It is our obligation as hu Excellent thriller and insight into the lives of those marginalized by society because of homelessness. Author, Chad Zunker is a true advocate who doesn't just talk the talk, but rather walks the walk. . .getting out and actually making a difference, and helping to open the eyes of our society (which all too often chooses to look the other way) and "seeing" beyond the stigma and into the individual. A little compassion can transform life for someone down on their luck. It is our obligation as human beings to pay it forward! Thank you, Mr. Zunker!!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Dan Lawton

    David is a new lawyer, fresh out of school, making big bucks for a prestigious law firm in Texas. Out of the gate, it's reminiscent of John Grisham's The Firm, and in many respects it stays that way. David meets a group of homeless men who change his life for the better, and we grow with him through an explosive ending. Overall, the writing is concise and with very little fluff, which is something to appreciate about a short and easy read. And while the story arc was typical for a thriller, the David is a new lawyer, fresh out of school, making big bucks for a prestigious law firm in Texas. Out of the gate, it's reminiscent of John Grisham's The Firm, and in many respects it stays that way. David meets a group of homeless men who change his life for the better, and we grow with him through an explosive ending. Overall, the writing is concise and with very little fluff, which is something to appreciate about a short and easy read. And while the story arc was typical for a thriller, the mystery we uncovered with David was certainly entertaining. It is what it is: A fast-paced and entertaining thriller.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bonnye Reed

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  15. 5 out of 5

    Jenny Winter

    It was slow going to get into. But once I did, it was pretty intense.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen

    I picked this book from Amazon First Reads, because it had great reviews. Unfortunately, the book did not live up to the reviews I read. The plot was far too extravagant to be realistic (the author is an attorney, he should know being a brand new lawyer is not so glamorous...). The focus on money and buying expensive things is not realistic and is annoying. The character development was nonexistent. I find it unlikely that a young man so indoctrinated with the need for money and status could hav I picked this book from Amazon First Reads, because it had great reviews. Unfortunately, the book did not live up to the reviews I read. The plot was far too extravagant to be realistic (the author is an attorney, he should know being a brand new lawyer is not so glamorous...). The focus on money and buying expensive things is not realistic and is annoying. The character development was nonexistent. I find it unlikely that a young man so indoctrinated with the need for money and status could have such an immediate about-face. The homeless angle, and deviation from big law to help the less fortunate seems to be a near copy of John Grisham's The Street Lawyer (which I coincidentally just read...maybe the universe is trying to tell me something???). This was a quick and easy read that I did not particularly enjoy, but was far more interesting than the all day CLE I was in while reading it! Two stars.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Shan

    I listen to this one on audible. The narrator was awesome! He read each chapter with so much emotion making the characters come to life. I wouldn’t call this a legal thriller nor a mystery. It was kind of both. Highly entertaining, heart warming and a lesson to be learned. There was a plot twist at the end I wasn’t expecting at all. This was one of those stories I didn’t want to end. All David ever wanted was everything. Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Sandy Foote

    Page Turner He grabs you from the first page, you’ll be hooked. David is an awesome character a real life good guy. Actually all the characters are so well written it pulls you into the story you feel like your living the story real time.

  19. 4 out of 5

    pagesofchapters

    I came across this book randomly recently and decided to pick it up, and let me tell you, I am so glad that I did!! I absolutely love crime/mystery books so this was right up my alley! Firstly, I really really enjoyed the plot of this book. It was interesting, unique, and I had no clue what the end would result in, and for me, that’s very rare as I’m unusually good at guessing endings. I absolutely loved the mystery built into this book. I struggled to put this book down because I needed to see a I came across this book randomly recently and decided to pick it up, and let me tell you, I am so glad that I did!! I absolutely love crime/mystery books so this was right up my alley! Firstly, I really really enjoyed the plot of this book. It was interesting, unique, and I had no clue what the end would result in, and for me, that’s very rare as I’m unusually good at guessing endings. I absolutely loved the mystery built into this book. I struggled to put this book down because I needed to see all the pieces being put together. I think the ending of this book was very satisfying, seeing all the different pieces of the puzzle finally coming together and seeing all being revealed. Secondly, I think the author did such an incredible job weaving in the matter of money not being a cause for your happiness, but what you do and the people you are surrounded by being the leading factor. I loved the different characters we got to know in this book from both ends of the wealth spectrum, and seeing how each group of people lived their lives and how it impacted their happiness. I really loved that although this was an incredible crime/mystery novel, it also held really incredible and important messages for the readers to delve into. Overall, I highly recommend An Equal Justice if you are a crime/mystery lover like myself. I will definitely be picking up the sequel when it is released next year!!

  20. 4 out of 5

    Paul Cantwell

    This book was so good. I read it in 24 hours because I couldn’t put it down. Definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat, wondering what is going to happen next. I highly recommend reading it - you won’t be disappointed!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Diane Merritt

    Loved this book.. First for me from this author. Like the homeless connectiin. And anything about lawyers and I'm in. Can't wait for the next one. Thanks to the publisher abs netgalley for an early release of this book. Loved this book.. First for me from this author. Like the homeless connectiin. And anything about lawyers and I'm in. Can't wait for the next one. Thanks to the publisher abs netgalley for an early release of this book.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Joey R.

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. “An Equal Justice” by Chad Zunker is a Kindle First selection that I thought sounded interesting by an author I never had read before. The book starts off promising with Stanford law school graduate, David Adams, beginning his new employment with a huge corporate law firm in Austin, Texas. The author does a good job of describing the competitive world within this high dollar firm and all of the drama that comes with it. Unfortunately, the author then decides to write a different story that has a “An Equal Justice” by Chad Zunker is a Kindle First selection that I thought sounded interesting by an author I never had read before. The book starts off promising with Stanford law school graduate, David Adams, beginning his new employment with a huge corporate law firm in Austin, Texas. The author does a good job of describing the competitive world within this high dollar firm and all of the drama that comes with it. Unfortunately, the author then decides to write a different story that has already been written about thousands of times with all of the cliches and boring storylines that have been written about so many times before. For instance: Lawyer “discovers” he does not like his job because of the greed and arrogance of the people around him.✅ Lawyer “discovers” happiness by working with the homeless community and finds a beautiful woman he falls in love with who has given up everything to work with the homeless too.✅ Lawyer is taken into the homeless community with “open arms” where everyone there is as “good as gold” with all of them having catchable lovable nicknames like the Seven Dwarves of the street.✅ Lawyer overcomes traumatic deaths within his family and poverty to rise up above it all✅ Ridiculous coincidences and discoveries all coincide to ferret out corruption and murder within the horrible law firm — allowing the now better on the inside attorney to save the day and bring down the firm✅ This is just the tip of the cliche iceberg, but I won’t bore you with the many other problems this book has. I will just end it with this book was not for me.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Janice Spina

    An Equal Justice is a memorable and touching story about a young lawyer, David, who came from nothing but managed to obtain a prestigious position in a formidable law firm. What he always yearned for was to be rich. Be careful what you wish for. David realizes soon how much money and power can corrupt. He wants no part of it but is thrown into this corruption first hand when he meets a homeless man, Benny, who changes his life but also puts David’s life into danger when he tries to help this man. An Equal Justice is a memorable and touching story about a young lawyer, David, who came from nothing but managed to obtain a prestigious position in a formidable law firm. What he always yearned for was to be rich. Be careful what you wish for. David realizes soon how much money and power can corrupt. He wants no part of it but is thrown into this corruption first hand when he meets a homeless man, Benny, who changes his life but also puts David’s life into danger when he tries to help this man. This story was deeply emotional and touched my heart and brought me to tears. The reader is taken through the life of this homeless man who is not what he seems. If we look at the homeless and just see a dirty and unkempt person we are wrong. They each have a story and a life before they became homeless if we only take the time to listen and learn about them and do what we possibly can to help. The author tells a story that will change many lives through his own interaction with those who are homeless. He has founded a camp for the homeless and continues, along with his wife, to help those in need. He is a true humanitarian. I already downloaded the sequel and look forward to reading it and once again being moved and inspired by this talented and kindly author. This was a quick read and I couldn’t put it down! I highly recommend this book!

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joann

    This is my first time for this author and it is a legal thriller. I've listened to other legal thrillers by Victor Methos and William L. Myers and would have to say that I did enjoy the latter ones a lot more. One of the reasons is that this audible was only about 7 hours long. I much prefer an audible that takes several days for my listening pleasure but if you want a quick fix for a legal thriller, then this would be fine. I'll not get into the plot of the book but I did enjoy some parts of it This is my first time for this author and it is a legal thriller. I've listened to other legal thrillers by Victor Methos and William L. Myers and would have to say that I did enjoy the latter ones a lot more. One of the reasons is that this audible was only about 7 hours long. I much prefer an audible that takes several days for my listening pleasure but if you want a quick fix for a legal thriller, then this would be fine. I'll not get into the plot of the book but I did enjoy some parts of it - the "boys camp" was entertaining but I didn't care for the ending. Who was the stranger? I am assuming it will be revealed in the next book.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Darcia Helle

    An Equal Justice is like the perfect recipe with all the right ingredients, but then the chef forgets to add the spices. The story starts with several unconnected narrating characters whose stories eventually converge. It's easy to follow, but the pace is slow, meandering along as we spend way more time than necessary dwelling on David's poor childhood and his current obsession with wealth. When we finally get to the heart of the story, it feels too contrived, too much of a plot-by-the-numbers. So An Equal Justice is like the perfect recipe with all the right ingredients, but then the chef forgets to add the spices. The story starts with several unconnected narrating characters whose stories eventually converge. It's easy to follow, but the pace is slow, meandering along as we spend way more time than necessary dwelling on David's poor childhood and his current obsession with wealth. When we finally get to the heart of the story, it feels too contrived, too much of a plot-by-the-numbers. Something's missing. I experienced this story intellectually but not emotionally. I didn't feel anything. The final quarter of the book picks up, rushing us toward a dramatic conclusion. In the end, this is short, quick read that doesn't live up to its potential.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Clark

    Enjoyable Read This book was both entertaining and told a good story that contrasted the worlds of the opulent life of huge law firms versus the miserable life of the homeless. I wholeheartedly recommend reading it.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Liz

    An Equal Justice is literally a doppelgänger for John Grisham’s The Firm. BUT, that’s not a bad thing! I love that book! (And the movie...I can just picture Tom Cruise running from the white haired “bad guy” through the streets of Memphis)...ironically enough this story had a white haired “bad guy” that did the firms dirty work here too. Coincidence I don’t really think so.... So aside from the jarring similarities to The Firm, this was a good quick read! Apparently it’s a new series by Zunker i An Equal Justice is literally a doppelgänger for John Grisham’s The Firm. BUT, that’s not a bad thing! I love that book! (And the movie...I can just picture Tom Cruise running from the white haired “bad guy” through the streets of Memphis)...ironically enough this story had a white haired “bad guy” that did the firms dirty work here too. Coincidence I don’t really think so.... So aside from the jarring similarities to The Firm, this was a good quick read! Apparently it’s a new series by Zunker introducing young hotshot lawyer David Adams. I’m excited to see what’s next for David...hoping the story for the next one is a bit more original though.... 3 stars! ⭐️⭐️⭐️

  28. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Twain-witton

    Quick little legal thriller I enjoyed this, but it felt very rushed . Hoping the next ones have a little but more pacing and character development, butt I'll definitely read more from the author. Quick little legal thriller I enjoyed this, but it felt very rushed . Hoping the next ones have a little but more pacing and character development, butt I'll definitely read more from the author.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kimberly

    Similar to The Firm, but with a more human angle. I will definitely read the next one.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Herb Evans

    I just don’t believe it. Try as I might the willing suspension of disbelief won’t come

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