- File Size: 2158 KB
- Print Length: 424 pages
- Publisher: Bookbag Press (July 6, 2020)
- Publication Date: July 6, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B08BZ4HWCQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,850 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Capital Murder (Star Lawyers Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Once again, Shepherd weaves together an amazingly comp!ex plot featuring a large ensemble cast into a story that is by turns humerous, adventure-filled, emotionally tender, and bawdy. The stakes are high, the interpersonal relationships are a tangle, but if there is one thing they know it is how to win, even when it means defending a woman claiming to be pregnant with your fiance's child for a crime your team previously proved her guilty of. Yeah, tangled mess, and that is just skimming the surface!
This is book 6 in the Star Lawyers series but Shepherd does a good job weaving in enough background info a reader new to the series could enjoy this book. That said, it is an excellent series and a far richer experience of you start from the beginning. The crew of the Patrick Henry is truly a delight to spend time with.
I really like the stories of the star lawyers, but why is it necessary to constantly refer to people’s skin color, or ethnic background to tell the story? A thousand years from now does the Lebanon still exist and is African American still a concept? I could understand if people are referred to by their planet of origin, and maybe even their iridescent blue hair, or whatever, but why do we still have the same racism going then as we do now? The author references Lovey’s color, but nowhere is the whatever shade of beige skin color of the star lawyers themselves mentioned. That obsession with constantly harping on skin colors and other racial traits is annoying. I know it’s today’s issue, but I’m sooooo tired of it.
Talk of action from the word "Go! ".
And from there action just seems to increase in various ways as plot and ingenious subplots develop into a plethora of compelling situations that had me nailed down in an enthusiastic turning of pages till I got book finished.
But, then, this seems to be symptomatic of the entire Star Lawyers series. Capital Crime, though, takes the honours if only for the excitement and sheer entertainment value.
I really like this series and the quite unique settings.
And of course, our likeable characters!
A very good book, again and a well done conclusion of the arc.