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A Question of Privilege: The Judge Ment Series Paperback – August 20, 2012
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A brilliant whodunnit plot that explores the legal angles of a murder mystery.
Ken Klopper has created a fascinating plot for his book. The central theme running through the book grips the reader till the end. And what an ending! Unexpected, unpredictable and astounding! Full marks for Mr.Klopper for coming up with this one! His writing style is simple and fluid, skillfully leading the reader from one chapter to another, all the time keeping the reader riveted to the book.
... a definite page turner!
Reviewed by Shweta Shankar for Readers' Favorite
"I really liked the book. It was fast paced, humorous and well thought out."
From the Author
Readers who enjoy courtroom drama should enjoy this book. It deals quite accurately with the process of a criminal trial in a South African court, but contains a number of unexpected twists and turns that are ultimately resolved in the second book in the series titled A Question of Revenge. The first book admittedly, is strongly procedural, and introduces the characters in some detail.
South African courts of law are historically attached to the English courts. They go back to the days when the country was still a colony and English Lords presided. As such, they are still very formal and follow a fixed and established procedure. The author maintains these characteristics in the Judge Ment series.
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This was a good author book - I bought another as soon as i finished.
I will not tell you about the book - those reviews pretty much spoil the book for me - I read it and liked it enough to buy another in the series