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Combines mystery, a woman main character, and legal reality. Burke is one of my new favorite authors.Published 1 day ago by K. Fetzer
It was an okay story...nothing special...will probably read her again at some point...Published 28 days ago by Sharon Parsons
And to the legal thinking of an Assistant DA putting together the components of a trial.
The foreshadowing of complications and twists makes the novel a bit of a page... Read more
Alafair ain't James Lee. Likable, if shallow, characters. I might read another of hers.Published 4 months ago by Spyder B
Liked the book enough I bought another one by this author. It grabbed my attention right away and I didn't lose interest,Published 5 months ago by swebb
Ike a law class instead of a story.m
No emotions lots of legal jargon.felt like a juror. U.K.
If you are expecting writing like Ms Burke's father, you will be disappointed. However, the tale moves quickly and like all good novelists, she clearly knows her subject. Read morePublished 8 months ago by J Richard