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Proof Positive (Amanda Jaffe Series) Mass Market Paperback – July 31, 2007
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The reader is made aware early on in this book that Bernard Cashman, CSI for the state of Oregon is a bad guy, however one gets the feeling that no one will ever figure it out. He has convinced himself that justice needs a helping hand from time to time. Never to convict an "innocent" person, but to put behind bars or worse, those who might escape paying for their deeds by a lack of evidence. Cashman "fills in the blanks" for the prosecution when he is satisfied they have the right person.
Lawrence Margolin has written an dark and unsettling book should make the reader uncomfortable and raises questions which hang in the air, even after the issues in this book are solved.
He has been a very sucessful novelist with his past efforts and this one does nothing to diminish his reputation.
As I have enjoyed other of his books, I can't imagine what got into him to produce such a shabbily-written book. Was he strapped for money, half-drunk, or just not caring when he churned out this terrible tome?
It was difficult to finish it, and when I did I could only wonder why I bothered.