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Breach of Trust Hardcover – February 3, 2011
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Jason decides to seek the killer(s) of Ernesto, who he subsequently discovered was killed the same night his family died, as a form of guilt relief both for his not being with his family that tragic night and for possibly setting Ernesto up for death by his relentless pursuit of his testimony. Complicating matters is a zealous federal prosecutor with a vendetta against Jason who forces him reluctantly to go undercover seeking damning evidence of political corruption from the Governor and his myriad underlings. Jason is soon playing dual games--find Ernesto's killer and fulfill his responsibilities as chief governmental "snitch".
How Jason handles these two overlapping assignments while preserving his true purpose and identity is skillfully handled by Ellis whose plot, while confounding and circuitous at times, is nonetheless satisfying in the end. The reader is exposed to a world of back room political crime and shenanigans filled with wiretaps, kickbacks, payoffs, power for sale, and even murder. Aside from Jason, there were few characters who were particularly likeable nor who elicited my concern for their well being.Read more ›
One night, Kolarich is waiting for a call from a confidential informant, Eddie Ramirez. The call is important so Kolarich's wife takes her infant and drives to her parent's home without him. In a double tragedy that changes his life, his wife and child are killed in an auto accident on a slippery road. Later, he learns that the reason why the informant's call didn't arrive is that he was murdered.
After a period of mourning, Kolarich returns to work. He's approached by Ramirez's wife, Essie. She wants Kolarich to find out who killed her husband.
Since he feels responsible for Ernesto's death and because he also feels he is the cause of his wife and child's deaths, he accepts. He believes that if he can find Ramirez's killer, he would, somehow, make up for his failure.
In this psychological novel, we experience the pain and loss that Kolarich feels. Without a proper plan, he attempts to ingratiate himself to the politicians and friends of Almundo. However, his actions are caught by the FBI who are investigating corruption from the governor's office down to the local level. Since Kolarich can't prove that he was innocently pretending to work for these officials, he agrees to go undercover and help the FBI with the case.
Kolarich is a heroic character who is just a man, trying to do the right thing.Read more ›
Not able to shake the loss - and the thought they'd still be alive if he had been driving - Jason has hit a place in his life where he simply doesn't care anymore. Not about himself, his business; only his grief matters. He hadn't taken care of his own and they were dead because of it. But when he learns that the informant whose call he had been waiting on the night of his family's deaths was himself killed the same night, Jason is jolted back to life and into action. Believing there's no way the timing was a coincidence, Jason sets out to learn the true circumstances behind the informant's death.
Before he knows it Jason finds himself in an ever deepening web of bribery, extortion, and kickbacks, one that appears to run all the way up to the Governor's office. Caught between crooked politicians and their shady advisers and the federal government investigating the corruption, Jason has to find a way to get to the truth he so desperately needs to move on with his life, while doing whatever necessary to make sure he doesn't end up in jail...or the ground.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
David Ellis has created an excellent character in Jason Kolarich, and spins an excellent tale of political corruption with some legal twists. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michael
I read Line of Vision many years ago and enjoyed it. Recently came upon a copy of The Last Alibi and thought it was a really great read, if over long. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sheila McCarthy
Well I'm reviewing after having read on in the series but have to say this is one of the best series out there.... keep reading and enjoying... I did and am. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JA
Interesting storyline with some heartfelt emotions interweaved to peak through here and there. Nice tight plot with well developed characters.Published 4 months ago by twirly63
Ellis is a great author. I'd give this book 10 stars. Creative genius without a doubt. He never disappoints.Published 6 months ago by A. C. P.
I recommend this book and author to anyone that really enjoys a good read. You learn to like the main character and look forward to the next book.Published 10 months ago by millie