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Bum Luck (Jake Lassiter Legal Thrillers) Audio CD – Audiobook, CD, Unabridged
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"Paul Levine continues his trademark brisk pacing with timely storytelling and well-placed humor... 'Bum Luck' is elevated further by teaming Jake with Steve and Victoria. The trio make an unstoppable team - concerned about the law, but even more about people." - South Florida Sun-Sentinel
"A gripping and often quite an amusing thriller with a surprising climax, all of which is built around an intriguing cast of characters as it achieves an almost flawless rhythm." - BookPleasures.com
"Immensely entertaining. Paul Levine is among the best authors of legal thrillers, right up there with Grisham and Turow." - Lee Goldberg, #1 New York Times bestselling author
"Truly a humorous, smart and enjoyable fast-paced read. - MysterySequels.com
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book put the spotlight on some very serious issues regarding traumatic brain injuries. Well done, Mr Levine
Jake is going through a crisis of conscience and coming to grips with what is justice really means. I love the characters of Solomon and Lord and will go back and read the books featuring them.
I won this book for free in a First Read giveaway from Goodreads in exchange for and honest review.A fun mystery series and a interesting undercurrent questions does the legal system really bring justice.
Bum Luck didn't do it for me. Lassiter's motivations didn't seem credible enough, he didn't struggle enough with the moral ambiguities inherent in the circumstances and the well-conceived subplot about concussions/CTE wasn't used as well as it might have to explain the lawyer's erratic behavior. And as a lawyer, there was way too much conduct that was simply inexcusable -- and certainly could not have been acceptable under the story as Levine developed it.
Levine is way, way better than this. I am giving it a three mostly out of respect for that.
one with all 3.
on all those who are trying to destroy him,
makes for clever, fun machinations, and a big scene where he gets even with them all. I won't ruin it by saying how. But Levine also has an interesting subplot about the damage from concussions, which involves him, a former low-level player in the NFL. It's worth the read.