I'll admit I give up on so many audiobooks due to my tendency to allow my mind to wander. If a story doesn't grab me in the first 10 minutes, I am done with it. Not so with A Conflict of Interest. It got me right away and held my attention until the very end. The narrator was great but it is the author that deserves the praise. I look forward to Mr. Mitzer's future work.
It was a pleasantly written story with enough technical information to keep it interesting but not too technical. It was a good story. I found it entertaining yet real from a legal standpoint, with enough twists to keep the listener on their toes! Will watch for this authors next one!
Lots of writers write about courtroom drama, but this is by far one of the best I've read in a long time. I can't write about my favorite part, but I'll just say this... exposure rocks.
He nailed it.
Exposure-the price we pay.
Don't know what I want to be when I grow up. Trip's cool though. Use Audible to make gym-training sane... And rip my imagination.
OK... during the read I kept muttering, "Damn! Didn't see that coming!"
Mitzner's plotting is magnetic. You know, the kind of story that keeps you listening in the driveway after the ride home? This story will create an interest that will conflict with whatever else you've got to do besides listen to the next part. It's hard to believe that the guy who started out with this novel fell so far apart with his next, "A Case Of Redemption." I'm glad that I gave Mitzner another chance with this novel but I'm still sorry I read the just barely redeemable succeeding book from this guy,
David LeDoux reads this gaggle of conundrums invisibly... which is to say he never intrudes, yet presents powerfully, which is an impressive talent. Conundrums? Over and above the essential legal mysteries here, the theme swirls around questions of family, fidelity, culture, and society's rules regarding actions and consequences. It's provocative questions will haunt you yet not subtract from the entertainment values.
I am an avid eclectic reader.
I am always on the look out for a new author, so when Audible list a new author's first book on it's front page a jumped to get it. It is a fast paced court room drama that kept me interested. I must say I had the ending figured out differently than what the author did, so I was a bit surprised by the ending. The reader David LeDoux did a good job narrating the book. I shall be looking for Mitzner's next book.
Give yourself the best Christmas present ever;download this book and and listen while cooking and washing all those dishes. You won't even mind that others are watching good football or the original Scrooge on TV. Cannot believe that this is Mr.Mitzner's first legal thriller. He is a natural at this game and you will not be disappointed! Narration is equally as fine.
Absolutely one of the best audio books I've ever listened to.
The plots and character development.
LeDoux is masterful
I have listened to this book four or five times. It's truly an incredible legal thriller.
You won't regret investing your time in this one.
I enjoyed this one a lot, in fact I stopped early at red lights to make sure I could listen a bit longer! Some of the plot was foreseeable but there where many minor twists and turns that kept the book at a very good pace. It’s not a thriller in the typical sense, but that’s nice for a change, and you get more character development here. Looking forward to the next book from this author.
I have to agree with Richard San Anselmo's review. He put it better than I can.
the narration was fine
Kneel Before Zod!!
Not really, because it has a lot going on and doesn't seem to end.
He was okay, not horrible.
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