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I found this book to be riddled with cliches. The writing was often trite and the reader was often annoying and even irritating in her attempts to change voices. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Karen
Great writing, good editing, fast-paced and never slows down. This one kept me guessing and even when conclusions seemed obvious, I was never sure. Read morePublished 27 days ago by Southern Katrina
Actually, this is a mystery with quite a few twists. A domestic violence case ends up in court. Anna Curtis is the prosecutor with a domestic violence secret of her own, one that... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kate A. Reynolds
I've already started another Allison Leotta book in her Anna Curtis series. I'm on my fifth Leotta book in her Anna Curtis series so it's hard for me to remember much detail about... Read morePublished 1 month ago by stout25
This series is good, but stretches the limits of believability sometimes. I like it enough to keep reading the series, but Ive liked other legal thrillers better.Published 1 month ago by NHS1966
The writing is not artistic, but the plot is a real page-turner. I figured most things out before they happened, but not by much, and it was still satisfying to watch it all play... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Elizabeth E. Nugent
Ms Leotta needs to consult w/someone who has viewed a revolver and semi-auto first hand. Her hero was overly fat and too old for her.Published 2 months ago by Chuck Leslie