I really enjoy legal/court room fiction but this book was too much. I did not find it interesting at all, the court room scenes seemed to repeat them self, as did the main characters perdicaments and dialogue. I figured out who one of the killers were in the first 25 chapters (the books totally is 100) and after that just lost interest. I skipped a good portion of the middle and once I got to the part where the killers were revealed it was anticlimactic. Also, there is almost a whole chapter speaking about the credibility of Allison DuBois, whom
I had never hear of, the woman who is the basis for the show Medium. I looked her up and she does not have a high accuracy rate for "predictions" and I thought it odd that the author is a Pastor who gives credence to psychics. This is my first Randy Singer book and I will try to read another...but this isn't a great start.
Recommended for readers who are interested in the law; loves reading legal fiction and fans of Grisham et al.,
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