Fresh out of law school, London Vaughn discovers there's no room in Denver's prominent law firms for a middle-of-the-class graduate. While barely making ends meet as a waitress, she encounters a beautiful woman who engages her services irrespective that she has no experience, no office and no reputation. Almost immediately, London and her client are thrust into the deadly throes of a high-stakes international thriller of unimaginable scope.
What made the experience of listening to Attorney's Run the most enjoyable?
The most enjoyable feature is the somewhat irreverent in the treatment of lawyers. In fact it may be just a little over the top. But the characters are fun and engaging.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Attorney's Run?
Possibly when I figured out the author must be an attorney and therefore everything must be true! Well the author is an Attorney but as to the rest you must use your own judgment.
What about Ken S. Polk’s performance did you like?
He capture the character very well.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
This book simply isn't that kind of book
Any additional comments?
The story is definitely enjoyable and the author very creative, well worth a listen