- File Size: 2030 KB
- Print Length: 294 pages
- Publication Date: July 9, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003VD1EAI
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,635 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
First, Kill All The Lawyers (The Cleary Case Files Book 1) Kindle Edition
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If you don’t read a bunch of mysteries, it will probably be interesting to you. However, for seasoned readers, it only takes a word or two for interest to wane.
I therefore jumped to the last two chapters and epilogue. I’m not into this series, but again, you might like it.
Sgt. Edward Pulaski is Shawn' s friend. But, as clues and actions accelerate, fingers and evidence, point to Shawn Cleary as the prime suspect. With still raw nerves, Shawn runs. Fleeing instead of turning herself in adds to the assumption of guilt. Inwardly she is still a mess. Her mind whispers that she should have prevented her partner, Trevor's death. She had no clue regarding the depth of Trevor's true feelings. Ironically, any actual words spoken were never intended to be as damaging as the derisive comments that flood her conscience.
Pulaski and Shawn have, and are, working together. He must trust her as a friend. She is determined to catch the killer before he can disappear. They both, must develop impervious shields, turn their hard-as-steel cores outward, to survive the coming onslaught of stubborn contradictions.
Psychological profiles can be exaggerated, prejudicial, or completely fraudulent. Those in power should be reluctant to arrive at judgement. Paradoxes not only muddle the senses, but these can throw curve balls. This is an engrossing read. Patricia Clark's thoughts reverberate as they bounce as written words into our minds.