In The Justice Game by Christy Award-winning author Randy Singer, a brutal murder triggers a gun-rights debate with wide-ranging consequences.
When a man guns down a pregnant reporter on live TV, her husband sues the manufacturer of the killer's firearm. As opposing lawyers ignite the courtroom with their eloquence and theatrics, a shadowy cabal threatens the advocates and the justice they seek.
©2009 Randy Singer; (P)2009 Recorded Books, LLC
"The legal-thriller genre lends itself to the pattern of conversion that evangelical Christian novels require, and Singer offers logical character developments that aren't heavy-handed. The only stock feature in this well-plotted novel is the generic, fakey-sounding names (Brad Carson, Kelly Starling). But that's a quibble about a book that will entertain readers and make them think - what more can one ask?" (Publishers Weekly)
Most definitely. Keeps you wanting to know what is going to happen next. I was surprised at the outcome.
yes. i did not have the time to read it in print, so having the audiobook allowed me to "read" this month's selection while i was doing other things.
i have listened to audio books where the reader's vocal interpretation of the various characters has been more interesting and believable.
no; i think a follow-up story would be strained and contrived. this story lends itself to being self-contained; no loose ends.
was happy to have a lead female character who maintained her strength and integrity throughout the entire book.
I loved this book, because of its balanced treatment of a very controversial issue. While I remain a solid 2nd ammendment guy, this book gave me a greater appreciation for those with an opposing view.
Tom Stechshulte's character separation was excellent.
If you want the freedom to protect yourself this is not the book for you. It is simply a book that recommends that we abolish the 2nd amendment
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