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I loved it!,
This review is from: No Way Out (Paperback)I found this book an excellent read and it would appeal to fan sof CSI Miami and court room dramas.
I liked the way the author introduced the characters quickly into the story and each character was a part of the jugsaw puzzle.
The book was very well researched and taught me a lot about the workings of the American judical system and its failing and absurdities and that sometimes justice is only acheived through civil litigation and not through criminal courts. The book highlighted the advantage of choosing the correct venue and how demographics influences jury selection. Getting a satisfactory conviction is based more on a strategy and psychology and not on guilt or innocence.
However, I thought the explanations of the DNA were a little too detailed and the bored the reader and I found myself skipping through these passages.
The main theme of the book is rape and the reader has to judge Claymore on this accusation alone and not be influenced by past convictions. I found myself questioning my own behaviour if in this situation I could act withouth fear or favour. The book was very thought provoking in this respect.
The story had many twists and turns culminating in a very dramatic and unexpected ending which left the reader totally exhausted.
A thoroughly good read and I would recommend this book to anyone who believes in justice.