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Lipton is a truly evil man. Casey is not particularly likable either: her hardscrabble background has propelled her into a sterile, loveless marriage to a wealthy man, and her childhood dream of defending indigent clients now seems like a remnant of youthful idealism. The novel's more interesting figures are Donald Sales, the law student's father, a traumatized Vietnam veteran whose grief and rage fuels the narrative, and Bob Bolinger, an Austin cop who believes that Lipton is a serial killer responsible for other, similar crimes across the country. Like Lipton's pathology, which is unveiled long after his guilt is proven to the reader's (if not the jury's) satisfaction, Casey's change of heart--about her client, her husband, and her ideals--is late and lukewarm. Before it occurs, Tim Green has a chance to showcase his heroine's courtroom skills and illustrate why she's among the fastest legal guns in the Lone Star state. A workmanlike addition to a popular genre, Letter of the Law won't keep you up at night, but it's a satisfying hammock read on an Indian summer afternoon. --Jane Adams --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Finally a book that I did not want to put down as I made the turn at the halfway mark. This was a well written story that flowed well from beginning to end. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Annie H Self
Great starter book for a new series. Love the female main character. Interesting twist for a plot. Want to read more by this author.Published 21 days ago by L. S. Hardy
My husband enjoys reading his favorite author, Tim Green. I bought these books for his summer reading pleasure on the porch.Published 6 months ago by Floetta
Plot and characters totally believable. Story flows well. I will read more books by this author. Highly recommended for mature readers.Published 10 months ago by R. L. Hipps
Wow what a great book. Can't wait to see what he has written. This was a great book that you should read.Published 11 months ago by Sandy Taylor
I liked the book very well as it shows that with the right amount of money to afford the smartest lawyer you can twist the law to your favor. Read morePublished 12 months ago by larry boutin
This is not my usual read but it was hard to put down once I started. I was confident the killer would be caught but there was so much more than to it. Good book.Published 14 months ago by Tina Woods
Good book, mind boggling, good description, thrilling to the end. Would recommend to my friends, hope to read more of his booksPublished 15 months ago by barbara smith
I was lucky enough to be given this book in hard cover to read
by a friend. I had never heard of this writer but I like legal
novels written by lawyers. Read more