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Friday, August 2, 2013

A Case of Redemption by Adam Mitzner




Dan Sorensen is wallowing in despair, his personal losses pushing him into the unreality of alcoholic delirium.   His former life as a hard charging, high profile defense attorney is behind him.   Then he is thrust into the defense of a foul mouth, apparently guilty rapper accused of murder.

Sorensen’s unbearable loss makes his descent into the depths of despair seem reasonable.  Mitzner paints a accurate picture of a man who has lost hope.    Mitzner also does a good job at making the reader look beyond the bold persona of the despicable rapper.  

This story had a seemingly simple plot that surprises you with its surprising twists.  The characters were well laid out and their motivations were understandable.

I recommend the book.

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