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on 26 August 2003
This is one of his best yet, although I have to read The Ties that Bind yet! I took this book on holiday and read it in 1 1/2 days, I could not put it down. My husband read it in 2 days and he normally reads one book all holiday. It kept you guessing right up until the end, Excellent reading.
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on 26 August 2003
This is one of his best yet, although I have to read The Ties that Bind yet! I took this book on holiday and read it in 1 1/2 days, I could not put it down. My husband read it in 2 days and he normally reads one book all holiday. It kept you guessing right up until the end, Excellent reading.
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on 28 October 2006
This was the first book I'd read of Phillip M. Margolin.

When I try reading a new author I always wonder if I'm doing the right thing, but with Phillip Margolin being involved with the law I thought there might be a good chance of great a story. He's been a full time writer since 1996, and I'm glad he decided to go ahead.

Found the story kept my interest and it certainly wasn't boring. I quickly got caught up in the story of this new lawyer and the predicament he found himself in.

This is a book I couldn't put down, and it's a long time since I've felt like that about a book.

After reading this book I knew I'd found another good author who knew what readers wanted and enjoyed. Since reading this I've bought others books by him. I can defiantly say he's got another fan.
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on 27 June 2003
I raed this book immediately after reading Jonathan Kellerman's "Flesh & Blood". What a disappointment it was. I felt that I was going back to Writing 101. It bore no comparison. I described Kellerman's book as a Roll-Royce. This book by Margolin is definitely the VW Beetle - worthy but dull.
The Kirkus review tells you the outline of the story, and the story does have some merit. However I found that tying drug company errors to mass-murder too much to take. Tne characters were two-dimensional and just not adequately fleshed-out. And how often do we read of the new young idealistic lawyer saving the day against corporate greed and evil colleagues? Did I get the hint of Grisham in here somewhere?
A decent read, but there are better writers. When I invest my time plus the cost of the book I expect a better return than I got. Sorry, Margolin fans.
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