Required Reading

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Saturday, December 17, 2016

Dead Lawyers Don't Lie by Mark Nolan

A mystery title that won't be terribly amusing to attorneys.   This was a mystery that involved a retired special ops agent, a laid off  Russian agent, a swarm of sleazy ambulance chasers and a mysterious cabal.

Jake Wolfe was the protagonist and from his description, the book would probably gather a larger female audience of his image was depicted shirtless on the cover.  Of course, then I won't have read it and that would be my loss.   The author did a superlative job putting together believable characters in a plot that on occasion had you rooting for the bad guy.

If you are a dog person, then perhaps having Cody on the cover would have garnered your attention.  I am not demeaning the cover, just looking at aspects of the book that will be appealing to special interests. 

I really enjoyed the book and the author appears to be setting up a series.


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