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Due Process (Joe Dillard Series Book 9) Kindle Edition
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The story was really good, and unfortunately timely with some of the things going on in our country right now. I thInk it was handled well, and with an honesty the author tried to portray with his characters. I look forward to the next in the series.
that hasn't already been stated about Scott Pratt and his Joe Dillard series so I will keep it to the point. Mr. Pratt earned my devotion as a reader with his first Dillard book, and I have read and loved every book he has written and published throughout his career. I am head over heels in love with Joe Dillard, his entire family and tribe of faithful friends. Not only is Mr. Pratt a brilliant story-teller, he has created a cast of characters that are so dynamic and
empathy provoking that you will root for them from your chair. Due Process is a fantastic continuation of what we have come to expect and love from Scott Pratt.
What was also striking about this book is that it really tells us a lot about our country and hits the nail on the head about the current climate of the people.
I recommend this series and this book in particular as it really hits home about how the justice system in this country really works or how it shouldn't work. Joe Dillard shows us that if you are honest and good and want to do the right thing that justice can finally be just.
Not to sound hokey, but Scott Pratt is one h***uva story teller.
I don’t retell story lines in my reviews, but suffice it to say, Pratt hits on all cylinders for what I look for in a good read. By that I mean: plot, character development, rising action, closing action, anti-climax, and resolution.
The plot was very well developed and set in place a number of legal pit falls that could befall a defendant. How defense counsel was able to navigate though the tangle was stellar.
Character development for both protagonists and antagonists was in my view reality based. That is, the good guys were good and the bad guys, to paraphrase Mae West, “were better” in their hatefullness.
The story kept me glued from page one to page last due to the rising action going right into the anti-climax, closing action and resolution.
I will put a book down from time to time just to see if I can recall what was going on from where I left off without having to reread pages. The plot in this read was so tight I could recall right back to the beginning each time. That tells me how well the story line was prepared.
There were no gaps in the story, i.e., no “filler” by the author having run out of ideas as to where to go to further the story. The story, as I say, was linear from front to back. A really great read.
I’m sure we’ve not seen the last of Joe Dillard and for that all I can say is bring on book ten.