Tag: legal

Book Review: LIGHT IT UP, by Nick Petrie

Because I won a copy of Nick Petrie’s LIGHT IT UP on Goodreads, I went ahead and ordered the first two books in the Peter Ash series. It was a risk. What if I did not care for Petrie’s writing? I’d be stuck with three books I didn’t want to read. That’s what. Thankfully, that […]

Book Review: POISON, by John Lescroart

Generally, not a fan of reading a book mid-series. Turns out, POISON is like … the 17th in the series? What? Let me put your mind at ease. I have never (and I have no idea why) read John Lescroart before, and I was able to read POISON without having read any of the other […]

Book Review: Law And Vengeance, by Mike Papantonio

I have been a fan of legal thrillers going back to 1986 when I accidentally stumbled onto a copy of Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent. After, I found John Grisham, and Steve Martini, and so on, and so forth. You see what I’m saying, right? When I was sent a copy of Mike Papantonio’s Law And […]

Book Review: Predatory Kill

I won a copy of Kenneth Eade’s,  Predatory Kill through Goodreads. Below is my honest review, as promised. Authors, as an unwritten rule, are supposed to write about what they know. Eade is an attorney, and Predatory Kill is a legal thriller. The first legal thriller I ever read was not by John Grisham. It […]