Lawyer Brent Marks advocates for a gay couple's marriage. After victory, the couple is found in their home brutally murdered, serial killer style. Can Brent bring himself to defend the only suspect in the case? Where ethics and tolerance collide, Brent must solve the murders to form a viable defense.
©2015 Kenneth Eade (P)2016 Valentina Eade
I love espionage, legal, and detective thrillers but listen to most genres. Very frequent reviews. No plot spoilers! Please excuse my typos!
I enjoy legal thrillers, especially those that have lots of courtroom action. Despite declaring only yesterday that I am through with author Kenneth Eade when I found this novel in my Audible library I decided to listen. Author Eade seems to have decided that because the man on trial was an anti-gay bigot convicting him of murders he did not commit and sending him to death row was appropriate. The convicted man was guilty of threats and some property damage, but he neither physically attacked nor murdered the gay couple or anyone else. He should have been convicted of his real crimes. In the five Eade novels to which I have listened it has become clear that he writes only to propagate his political views.
Can't get into story without climbing into a bucket, well, or some other place with an echo so perhaps the surroundings will counterbalance the god awful sound quality. How can this incompetence occur without someone noticing?
Sophomoric dialogue: Maybe the story and sound deserve each other.
Deadpan voice and stumbled over words in the minute and half I could bear to listen.
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