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Inadvertent Disclosure (Sasha McCandless Legal Thriller Book 2) by [Miller, Melissa F.]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2253 KB
  • Print Length: 463 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Brown Street Books (4 Feb. 2012)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0075ZWQ3M
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars 20 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #55,587 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Sasha is a young commercial lawyer doing a routine case before being drawn into wider activities. She first accepts a brief to defend a man, Jed, who others are trying to place into care; she is then also appointed to act as a special prosecutor after a judge is found murdered. The setting is a small town where mining interests, environmentalists and corruption all play their parts. Her partner, Leo, is an agent who plays a background role in assisting in her investigations.

I did not read the prequel but did not feel disadvantaged in any way. I did worry, initially though, that too many characters would kill the ride for me, but I coped quite easily as it turned out. Sasha takes on the sleuthing to identify who carried out the murder and why some want Jed put into care. It doesn't get much more complex than that despite the potential for a lot more intrigue. It is not a full legal thriller either in that there is limited courtroom drama. What is there though is very well-handled. The book is pretty well-written but the characters, other than Sasha, don't really come to life. I felt the finish appeared a bit rushed too, leaving the reader with a couple of questions.

A few typos, but not enough to penalize the rating.

I hope I haven't been unduly negative with this review because I see it is well-rated on both the Amazon US and UK sites - for me, however, it was a light, rather than compelling, read. 7/10
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This is the second Sasha McCandless novel, and while I'd strongly recommend starting with Irreparable Harm (because it's excellent), this could equally well hold its own as a stand-alone story. I really love the mix of legal drama, thriller, and sleuthing aspects to this series, and in this book Sasha returns as independent and irrepressible as ever, with a new set of legal challenges to face. It's also fun to watch her developing relationship with Connelly, as they manage to snatch odd moments together despite the enveloping chaos. A fast and gripping read, that was over all too soon. I can't wait for the next one.
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I love a book with a good title, and `Inadvertent Disclosure', the new instalment in the Sasha McCandless series, like its predecessor Irreparable Harm (Sasha McCandless Legal Thriller No. 1), has a distinctly `legal' flavour right from the outset. Picking up from where `IH' had left off, we find Sascha working for herself after leaving Prescott & Talbott ; she is still dating FBI agent Leo Connelly and practising Krav Maga, a skill which, of course, will come in handy in the course of the story. During an out-of-town court appearance, a judge suddenly hands Sasha a new case, which involves acting for an elderly man whom the county is trying to have declared incapacitated. Of course, the case will turn out to have deeper implications than anticipated, and our diminutive attorney will soon find herself knee-deep in the murky waters of local politics, corruption and the environmental damage brought by the county's new gold fever: hydrofracking. I won't spoil the rest, but don't worry: Sasha is in top form.

The second in its series, ID could easily have suffered from the syndrome of `that difficult second novel' - a phenomenon that also afflicts music and cinema. I must admit that the opening chapters had failed to grip me the way IH had done. ID opens with a flashback - one of my least favourite literary and cinematic devices - involving characters who appear later on in the story. It's a brave attempt to take it up a notch in terms of experimenting with the narrative structure, but it's only partly successful, because those particular characters, and their motivations, are extensively described in the rest of the novel anyway. It seems unnecessary.
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The actual story and plot is good and very believable characters feature in them, yes its a very good read, as was the first book in this series.

In both books our hero Sasha McCandless is a young attorney who is often attacked by various strong arm men, who are dispensed with by the martial arts skills of our hero.

The love interest is an FBI agent who is the marshall on air flights a from thend I fear that this relationship will be up and down and will be more prominent in future stories. I hope not as this will spoil the legal thriller plots. It should be there but not distracting from the main plot. stick with what you have, or write a seperate love story miss Millar. ! !
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The 2nd in the Sasha McCandless series of legal thrillers, now practising on her own and thrust into the unknown world of Fracking, dodgy practices and murder. Another enjoyable read but as our heroine Sasha is brilliant at everything except cooking I find she is too good to be true; could do with having a little vulnerability.
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This is the second Sasha McCandless novel which I have enjoyed. Still with Leo Connelly, and now running her own law firm, she gets sucked into the affairs of a town in upstate PA. She manages to injure another federal agent in the process. More legal fast thinking, plus dodging of danger, make the search for a judge's killer another great read.
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