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)
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.
Most definitely. Keeps you wanting to know what is going to happen next. I was surprised at the outcome.
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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