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When you live so close to the edge, you have to be prepared to fall over it. Californian Judge Andrew Hardgrave is found murdered in his Los Angeles home, with one single bullet wound, and all roads lead to attorney Bill Harvey’s client. Despite claiming he’s out of the criminal game, Carlos López is fighting drug charges, and it becomes clear his involvement with organi When you live so close to the edge, you have to be prepared to fall over it. Californian Judge Andrew Hardgrave is found murdered in his Los Angeles home, with one single bullet wound, and all roads lead to attorney Bill Harvey’s client. Despite claiming he’s out of the criminal game, Carlos López is fighting drug charges, and it becomes clear his involvement with organized crime runs deep. As Harvey starts to investigate, turning leads into danger, friends into suspects, he finds there is more to the case than he could have imagined. The more he digs, the more threatening the case becomes. Desperately, he fights to find a clue that will solve the crimes. But what he uncovers will risk the lives of the people he loves… This thrilling legal novel will take you for a ride through the courtroom, and end with a twist that you didn’t see coming.


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When you live so close to the edge, you have to be prepared to fall over it. Californian Judge Andrew Hardgrave is found murdered in his Los Angeles home, with one single bullet wound, and all roads lead to attorney Bill Harvey’s client. Despite claiming he’s out of the criminal game, Carlos López is fighting drug charges, and it becomes clear his involvement with organi When you live so close to the edge, you have to be prepared to fall over it. Californian Judge Andrew Hardgrave is found murdered in his Los Angeles home, with one single bullet wound, and all roads lead to attorney Bill Harvey’s client. Despite claiming he’s out of the criminal game, Carlos López is fighting drug charges, and it becomes clear his involvement with organized crime runs deep. As Harvey starts to investigate, turning leads into danger, friends into suspects, he finds there is more to the case than he could have imagined. The more he digs, the more threatening the case becomes. Desperately, he fights to find a clue that will solve the crimes. But what he uncovers will risk the lives of the people he loves… This thrilling legal novel will take you for a ride through the courtroom, and end with a twist that you didn’t see coming.

30 review for Redeeming Justice: A Legal Thriller (Bill Harvey Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tulay

    Just okay. Love fast moving legal thrillers, but this one was too slow. Filled with great details, long and boring. Drug dealers, murdered judge and corrupt officers.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Adrian Lawrence

    ERROR IN THE GOODREADS LISTING: This is actually book 1, not book 2 Finishing this opener to the series has left me in no doubt to move directly on to book two. It's a little short, therefore, it's quite pacey but there is enough meat on the bones with regard to characterisation. Much of the time the main protagonist's actions seemed a little un-attorney-like and more like a police detective. That's not a criticism because it added to the action and kept me turning the pages. Of course there's th ERROR IN THE GOODREADS LISTING: This is actually book 1, not book 2 Finishing this opener to the series has left me in no doubt to move directly on to book two. It's a little short, therefore, it's quite pacey but there is enough meat on the bones with regard to characterisation. Much of the time the main protagonist's actions seemed a little un-attorney-like and more like a police detective. That's not a criticism because it added to the action and kept me turning the pages. Of course there's the courtroom drama and it's as tense as it comes, interesting too. I didn't find any predictability whatsoever in the plot. Neither did I expect the double, yes two, twists at the end. This author has co-written another legal series with Patrick Graham and it's easy to spot his input as there is an element of copy and paste here, even with the dialogue. Not too much but enough for you to predict the next sentence. I don't mean it as a gripe but rather an observation and it didn't detract any enjoyment from the read.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Anita Savage

    Waiting for the next one I am definitely looking forward to the next book in this series. I like the fact that this attorney has fears and faults and admits to them. His past as a psychologist and now as an attorney seem to come together to give him that extra edge when dealing with clients, witnesses, and friends.

  4. 4 out of 5

    D. Jane Akins

    A little thrown together The book was kind of disjointed and maybe not quite as developed as it should have been, like the author was in a hurry to finish it but it was still interesting enough that you want to finish and even to get the next one in the series. I'm sincerely hoping it's better because I like Bill Harvey, the main character. A little thrown together The book was kind of disjointed and maybe not quite as developed as it should have been, like the author was in a hurry to finish it but it was still interesting enough that you want to finish and even to get the next one in the series. I'm sincerely hoping it's better because I like Bill Harvey, the main character.

  5. 4 out of 5

    vivian

    Great read Great story that keeps you guessing what is going to happen next with a lawyer who is trying to make up for what he did to his brother as a young man who hated his brothers addiction and has forgiven his brother and ho ping to find his brother no longer a addict and alive and healthy. A good happy ending

  6. 4 out of 5

    Sylvia Laurel

    Better but errors This book has a better story and more suspense but was not proofread! Articles missing n wrong pronoun used such as "her" when should have said "his". Also author says two Mexicans among the jury when should have written Mexican Americans as Mexican citizens cannot register to vote and jurists are picked from among registered voters. Big mistake! Better but errors This book has a better story and more suspense but was not proofread! Articles missing n wrong pronoun used such as "her" when should have said "his". Also author says two Mexicans among the jury when should have written Mexican Americans as Mexican citizens cannot register to vote and jurists are picked from among registered voters. Big mistake!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Greg Eldred

    I liked this book. Bill Harvey is a no BS lawyer with skeletons in the closet. He defends a recovered drug addict being set up by a drug kingpin who happens to be his cousin. Bill figures it out in court but what I liked was how Harvey did the real world leg work to figure it out. Although some reviews say the book was slow, I disagree. Worth the read.

  8. 5 out of 5

    beverly a bright

    What a mess Another book that was so bad I couldn't stop reading to see if it could get any worse and it did. The plot wasn't too bad but it was all over the place and talk fillers it was dialogue repeated over and over again to fill up the book.What a waste of time.He has written other books that weren't bad so I know he could have done better What a mess Another book that was so bad I couldn't stop reading to see if it could get any worse and it did. The plot wasn't too bad but it was all over the place and talk fillers it was dialogue repeated over and over again to fill up the book.What a waste of time.He has written other books that weren't bad so I know he could have done better

  9. 4 out of 5

    Beca Silva

    Good read So much better than the first one. I really enjoyed the fast paced nature of this book. I felt the story flowed much better than the first book in this series. Looking forward to the next one.

  10. 5 out of 5

    linda gleitman

    Fun quick read. The characters are slowly built which allows the reader to be invested in their outcome. The plot has a few good twists that make you smile. I look forward to following Bill Harvey in his next case and enjoy how he solves the mystery of the innocent.

  11. 4 out of 5

    shirley j. hiney

    Must read,legality with court action Suspenseful to the end. Drug addiction can destroy a person's life as well as family. The drug traffickers were convicted in court by lawyer who could see beyond false statements to seek and pull out the truth. Se O Must read,legality with court action Suspenseful to the end. Drug addiction can destroy a person's life as well as family. The drug traffickers were convicted in court by lawyer who could see beyond false statements to seek and pull out the truth. Se O

  12. 4 out of 5

    Francie J

    Repeat & Repeat The books are basically good, BUT (a big one) he uses phrases and even plot twists from his other stories. It's obviously not plagiarism, but it's damn lazy writing --I guess he expected that no one would read more than one of his books. Oops! Repeat & Repeat The books are basically good, BUT (a big one) he uses phrases and even plot twists from his other stories. It's obviously not plagiarism, but it's damn lazy writing --I guess he expected that no one would read more than one of his books. Oops!

  13. 4 out of 5

    Scott Chapman

    Downed all the Ted Hunter books in a week. So, I moved on to Bill Harvey! Once, again, compelling story, believable dialog ,thrilling plot. Excuse me while I move to the next book!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Keith Warden

    Great book! Loved Bill Harvey, loved and cared about the minor characters . I enjoyed reading the book so much I gave it five stars ,which is something I never gave another book when rating it. I highly recommend this book, so pick it up and enjoy reading it.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Lynn K Mooney

    Lots of action This story keeps you in suspense until the very end. Drugs are such a terrible thing and this story feels like it could be real. Just watch the news and read the newspaper and the internet leads.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Nan

    Good reads...but Good stories, but there are annoying errors. When stories have poor of no editing , it takes away from it

  17. 4 out of 5

    mike

    Redeeming justice Good book. I was surprised by the ending, but in the end justice served for the good. Would recommend the book

  18. 5 out of 5

    Nancy Radcliffe

    Redeeming Justice Great court room drama, exciting. This guy knows how to bring a story together from several different angles. Great book.

  19. 4 out of 5

    bonnie kirchner

    Redeeming Justice This is a very good series. I really enjoy the thrill and the suspense. This series is worth reading .I recommend this book and this series.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Hk office

    Great read,!! I enjoyed the protagonists and their tête-à-tête discussions. Although the story covers along span of time, it clearly is associated with the timeframes. Good read.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Wancket Enterprises

    Wow This book was a thriller and I enjoy a well-written novel. This is the second book I have read by Mr. O' Mahoney and there will be more! Wow This book was a thriller and I enjoy a well-written novel. This is the second book I have read by Mr. O' Mahoney and there will be more!

  22. 5 out of 5

    rorey lawrence sr.

    Great read This read kept me turning page after page.....almost glued to my seat. Looking forward to the next book in this series.

  23. 4 out of 5

    debra

    Just an OK book Not a bad story line, just had a hard time staying interested. Hero was pretty vanilla, and bad guy not so bad.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Andrea Mann

    Excellent! Easy read an intriguing plot at the same time. I am definitely buying more books by this author. Loved all the twists.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carole

    Review Enjoyed this book. Reviewed legal procedure but didn't let it distract from story. Lots of twists & turns. Positive ending. Review Enjoyed this book. Reviewed legal procedure but didn't let it distract from story. Lots of twists & turns. Positive ending.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Chris Roberts

    Need to change dialogue from book to book.!! If the author can't come up with new dialog from book to book he needs to stop writing...same lines Tex Hunter and Bill Harvey! Need to change dialogue from book to book.!! If the author can't come up with new dialog from book to book he needs to stop writing...same lines Tex Hunter and Bill Harvey!

  27. 5 out of 5

    nancy jill kennedy

    Simplistic I decided on this rating because this is a made for tv novel with very little to recommend it. Not a page Turner by any means.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jared Clayton

    Reading this book, I could see it in my head like a movie. I love it when this happens! It must be due to the detailed writing and great storyline! There are some snobby reviews below that do not really help review the book. I didn't really notice any issues as I was to engrossed in the story! :-) Reading this book, I could see it in my head like a movie. I love it when this happens! It must be due to the detailed writing and great storyline! There are some snobby reviews below that do not really help review the book. I didn't really notice any issues as I was to engrossed in the story! :-)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    Harvey Very good read; right now, getting the next book in this series. Wow, what a twist! This was well written, fast paced, characters well developed. Highly recommend!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mr Kelvin J Ingram

    Way too slow. Had a good story line but was hindered by too much detail.

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