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KILL ALL THE LAWYERS (Solomon vs. Lord Legal Thrillers Book 3) by [Levine, Paul]
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KILL ALL THE LAWYERS (Solomon vs. Lord Legal Thrillers Book 3) Kindle Edition

3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1181 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Nittany Valley Productions, Inc. (7 Nov. 2013)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007UPTH6Q
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars 26 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #51,108 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The whole book had me happily gripped. Sunny Florida, happy lawyer, etc the story goes dark and it had me completely. Lots of Good stuff with minor characters, some of it from their angle. Totally had me sucked in for the big stuff. But the ending was rushed and a bit rubbish. Felt really let down. Up until the last few pages it was wonderful. Then it just didn't live up to what any sane person could have expected. I get the feeling the author met their word tally be for they'd finished telling the story. I really wish they'd done the ending properly. I bet they do too. X
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Book 1 and book 3 in this series are great novels. Wasn't struck with book 2. I really enjoyed 1 and 3 and thoroughly recommend them. Good plots and very funny without the humour encroaching on the main storylines.
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When a client is released from prison, Steve is forced to face his past. Confronted by this psychiatrist, who believes that Steve had him sent to prison, he is thrown head first into a quagmire of escalating and surmounting evidence against him. What lengths would one go to in order to protect the ones you love?

A really cleverly thought out plot.
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Sorry guys but this book went into my 'Yuk' unfinished list: a third of the way through and no serious story developed other than proving the 'hero' is a Neanderthal man in a lawyers garb. Too much jargon and flippant dialogue which isn't funny.
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Why don't sharks eat lawyers. professional courtesy.
Well this novel has lots of engaging & repulsive characters. laughter, tragedy. all manner of legal & illegal characters & a feel for sea. A moral compass underpins the plot. With lots of sub-plots which all tie together. A good read
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Good enough but I got this as a freebie after being alerted by BookBub who compared the author to Carl Hiassen. Not close to being in the same boss park. I did find the book quite enjoyable though near the end Steve's hands are tied behind his back but miraculously become fitted. Minor quibble for a good enough escapism non challenging book.
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very good book, I like the characters .it kept me guessing untill the end. hurray for the t shirts
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I generally enjoy Levine's writing but he falls well short of his best efforts with this one.

We have a very basic plot, plain writing with very little of the usual humour, and characters who are very hard to warm up to. Solomon, in particular, and despite being our protagonist, is not easy to like as he makes silly decision after silly decision. That said, we do have empathy for his cause.

There is an an awful lot of filler material and virtually no courtroom scenes, so readers should not expect an engaging legal drama. The real killer for me though was the high number of improbable elements in the story making it difficult for me to stay invested.

In short, Levine has done much better than this pedestrian effort - and I realise I am going very much against the views on Amazon.com with these comments.
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