A good story, which Gimenez tells with passion and conviction (SUNDAY TELEGRAPH
Gimenez has delivered a readable story with a central character who's extremely interesting. We'll be back with A. Scott Finney in the future, I have no doubt. (EVENING HERALD
Warning: You will lose an entire lazy Sunday to this one. (TIME OUT
I read it at one sitting . . . Gimenez has created a complex and believable character who carries a story that still intrigues (OBSERVER
When a hotshot Dallas lawyer is asked to defend a black prostitute accused of murder, he is forced to question everything he previously held dear. This is a legal thriller in which the ruthless politics of corporate law come face to face with the ethics of public defence.