I prefer mystery/thriller genre including YA with some non-fiction. No plot spoilers. Audible member since 2006.
I have enjoyed the Lou Mason series. The ending makes future books in the series unlikely.
Joel Goldman, in my opinion, is a better legal thriller writer than John Grisham.
After listening to the two Alex Stone legal thrillers by Joel Goldman I decided to try some of Goldman's older books starting with Cold Truth (Book 3 in his Lou Mason series). The novel does not disappoint.
listening to a long winded sermon for 11 hours. Novels written to sell a religious perspective are not my thing. I made a mistake of not learning more about the author and the type of book he writes. This book is like those written by Joel C Rosenberg on steroids. I expected a good legal thriller.
And I did listen to a good legal thriller that ends as a tear jerker. I really have no complaints about the quality of the story; it is quite good! Indeed as a legal thriller it is better than Grisham's latest pathetic effort (Rogue Lawyer).
I decided not to down rate A House Divided because of its pushing of a religious point of view. Instead, I have rated it solely on the quality of the story.