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I had the pleasure of previewing this book from Tyndale prior to its release on June 6th in exchange for a blog review. I’m glad I did because it was an entertaining read.
This book took me a while to read all the way through. Not necessarily because it was a terrible book, but because it actually is one of those books that you need to be able to pay attention to every detail in order to fully follow along with the book. Considering, I’m all the time having to keep up with three kids and life in general it makes it hard to read a book for long stretches. So, it definitely was a case of rereading the same paragraph on many occasions.
This book is about a man who served time in prison for doing something wrong in his football career that cost him two years of life in prison. His wife remained loyal to him throughout that time frame. Her loyalty to her husband plays a huge role throughout this book. When he comes out he becomes a lawyer.
His new position with one of the biggest law firms in the area they live in puts him and his family’s life in danger. It takes many twists and turns to prove who’s really to blame for their danger. Several people were killed throughout the big time trial that took place in this book.Quite honestly, I didn’t figure it out the complete details until the VERY tail end of this story. That’s how well the author managed to keep you guessing without giving away to many clues.
I think if you like reading suspenseful or mystery type stories then this book is one worth picking up. On the cover, it states that this is right up there with John Grisham’s work, and I must say I agree wholeheartedly with that comment. This makes for a great beach read for those interested in this type of story.