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They are well written with enough suspense to keep you turning the pages.
First of all, in Jason Kolarich, he creates a very good lead character, someone the reader can really identify with.
Ellis recaps what has happened many times to clarify, a bit too many for my taste, but this is a small criticism.
In this installment in the Jason Kolarich series, Jason agrees to go undercover to investigate corruption in the governor's office. Read morePublished 20 days ago by C. Christensen
Jason Kolarich is a great character for those of us who like attorneys who are strong-minded, tough, smart and willing to mix it up with almost anyone. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Brudny
This character does suffer many personal problems. I can't believe he is not under the care of a professional. The dialog is a bit wordy for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Don Langston
Tremendous in-depth knowledge of US government and legal system. Captured full attention from the get-go. Story lines to die for.Published 5 months ago by Philip Smith
A very refreshing writing style with a well thought out plot and some humour thrown in. Looking forward to more!Published 6 months ago by LaNette
I've become of a big fan of David Ellis' books recently, particularly the gripping Jason Kolarich series. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Donald E. Gilliland
Another legal thriller that really isn't. Should be really cataloged as a mystery since very little happens in the legal sense, other than the main character being a lawyer. Read morePublished 7 months ago by J. Rodriguez
David Ellis is one of our favorite authors. My wife really enjoys audio books from him. Can't wait for his next book!Published 7 months ago by Edward H. Reese Jr.
Lawyers walking on the edge of the law, and some crossed the line. Lots of intrigue and twists. They were believable twists involving gang members and poiticians. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Steve Peterson