- File Size: 824 KB
- Print Length: 282 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: January 13, 2010
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00347AI9Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #818,465 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Also, it's very wordy, and shows the intelligence of the authors, but there were many words I have never heard of, and I am an avid reader. I had to constantly use the Kindle dictionary to look up the meaning of several words, so a note to the authors: you don't have to use big words to make the book better than it actually is. I wouldn't not recommend this book, but I wouldn't highly recommend it either. This would be a long-winter- snowy-day-without-anything-else-to-do-book.
On its' face the premise seems farfetched, but as I came to understand Will and his motivations I bought into it. I've read that any fiction requires the reader to "suspend disbelief" at some point. I anticipated this would be tough. Turns out I was wrong.
But, as with any book of this type, things are not as they seem. Some characters have motivations that aren't as they first appear. When the plan starts falling apart those who seemed allies sometimes aren't. Your perceived enemies might really be your best friends. Those who should want the truth uncovered might not, those who don't, maybe do. Hopefully, in the end, Will can survive, but will the price be too high?
Even after will realizes that he's been suckered into framing himself for the murder of a cop, it's no certainty that he can escape the death penalty. His only hope lies in convincing police detectives Ortiz and Dyrstad of his innocence, not an easy job, especially with the Manhattan DA pushing for quick justice to help his struggling campaign for re-election. Fortunately for Will, the two detectives are determined to find the truth, despite having to sift through the red herrings in their way.
There are some memorable characters in "Frame-Up." Will Pruett is cool as a cucumber as he goes through the arrest process, but he never bargained on the dangers waiting for him at the jail on Rykers Island. Samantha Ortiz is a spicy enchilada of a detective who's going to prosecute Pruett all the way to the death chamber, and it appears that she's succeeding.
If you're into nonstop action thrillers, "Frame-Up" is for you .
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So many twists and turns I could not come up with the
question, 'why?' myself. Great character development.Read more
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