Title: Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales
Author: Randy Singer
Publishing Date: 1 May 2013
Star Rating: 5 out of 5
Can’t put it down legal thriller!
Landon Reed, an ex-quarterback, convicted of organizing a points-shaving scheme, found Jesus during his time in prison. He did two things when he was released. He married his girlfriend Karri, and he studied law. One would think that was enough excitement for one couple, but their story had only begun.
Harry McNaughton took a bold step and employed Landon Reed. Karri Reed, a budding journalist, also received career opportunities. This was the first step in a domino effect of twists, turns and plots. Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales has everything one would wish for in a court room drama, and much more.
The moment you meet the first character, you become so involved you forget you are reading a story. There is no way a reader can stay impartial; you will keep on guessing until the very end. The characters are memorable, people with emotions, dreams and choices. None of the characters are insipid or make irritating mistakes. Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales is probably one of the best, if not the best Christian legal thriller I have ever read. I gave Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales a rating of 5 out of 5, but I would have like to give it 6 stars.
Randy Singer can write!!
I thoroughly enjoyed reading Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales. After the first few pages I became a fan of author Randy Singer. I highly recommend Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales. I loved the way Randy Singer brought Christianity into the lives of the characters; they lived what they believed in.
I received this book free from Tyndale House Publishers. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own.