Wednesday, December 21, 2011

The Last Plea Bargain : A Review

Life never seems to work out the way we plan it - after all, Jamie Brock was an Assistant DA and knew it was her only logical career choice. She never did understand why her father chose to be a defense attorney. Not just an attorney, but a good attorney.

Between trying two cases, including the man accused of her mother’s murder, her life is shaken to the core. She learns that people are not always who they seem - the ones she trusts are not all trustworthy; those she distrusts are not what she feared.

The Last Plea Bargain is fun journey through the legal system. Randy Singer’s writing can be compared favorably to that of Robert Whitlow (author of Water’s Edge, Greater Love, and Life Everlasting, et al) an accomplished author and lawyer. Jamie Brock and we, the readers, will learn to look at people with grace filled eyes, rather than the boxes that are so easy to build around them. And when we do, good things are bound to happen.

This review is based on a free electronic copy provided by the publisher for the purpose of creating this review.

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