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I didn't like it; I found the plot confusing and could never really care about the main character.
The thorny history of the Third and Fifth Wards, as well as Houston's power boom of the 70's and early 80's, informs Locke's superb story of human politics.
Attica Locke's book is a well-written thriller, the narrative is straightforward and the characters are developed well.
After reading almost 50 pages, I just could not get interested in this novel.Published 1 month ago by Jaybird
I stumbled upon Attica Locke’s Black Water Rising and instantly knew I’d like it. What’s not to like? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Russell J. Sanders
I didn't like being left hanging. Did the star attourney win his battle with the big oil company? I won' recommend the book to anyone.Published 1 month ago by Ray Stose
It was like work finishing this book. A lot of wasted words and very poor ending. Very disappointed with this book.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
This novel is a quick read except for flashbacks into college days of the main character, Jay Porter. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Coalla
Needed better research or editing. The author doesn't know much about legal procedure or firearms--offputting when the central character is a lawyer and guns play a role in the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Alnonymous