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There are a lot of other topics of race that the author covers that most authors would be terrified to even touch on. However the author here expresses his views very strongly about racism, racial myths, etc. I really enjoyed this a lot, and the courtroom scenes were very well planned (the author has obviously studied up on it and made it very realistic for the reader). Loved it!
Ex. "Laying on his back, Thump bench-pressed fifty-pound dumbbells while Tiffany did low-resistance bicep curls. She didn't care much for weightlifting, but a bit of muscle pain was a fair price to pay for the pleasure of watching him give his all in Spandex shorts and a sleeveless shirt, sweat shimmering on his ebony skin."
This high-level of descriptive writing pulled me right in and kept me flipping through the pages. Avraham Azrieli thought about a few common themes to use in the plot, then decided to do a complete 180 on them. This book is not what I expected - a sexual harassment charge on a woman, a plot that twists with un-expected outcomes, and sexually charged, intense writing - so I was engaged throughout.
The dialogue was intense and exciting, the writing was flawless, and the story-line was amazing. If you like courtroom drama, crime books, legal thrillers, or a good read in general - I highly recommend this book.
Two thumbs up and five stars!
Kelvin L. Reed
Author of "Guilt by Association"