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So many questions to be answered in this novel that made me keep hold of it until they were. I wanted to know if the guy who was wronged came out of it all right in the end. This guy is Mitt Hecher and he isn’t exactly a protagonist in the beginning, he has a rather sordid past but as it would happen when things are beginning to look up and change for the better, something happens to turn it all upside down for our main man. This book is a fight for redemption and a look at the seedy side of Palm Beach you may never have expected or are used to seeing and I highly recommend it!
I found the characters well written and the book was fast paced and hard to put down at times. Unfortunately it illustrates our imperfect justice system and corruption at all levels. Bob Brink has written an interesting book and a fascinating look at Mitt Hecher's story. This is good read and well worth your time. Thank you to NetGalley, Bob Brink and publisher BooksGoSocial for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.