Monday, August 5, 2013

Review of "Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales" by Randy Singer

Randy Singer always provides a great read and this book is no exception.  In "Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales", he weaves several stories, all with strong and multi-layered characters together for a very satisfying ending.

Landon Reed was in prison for two years as the consequence for his role in a point-shaving scheme when he was a college quarterback.  Three years after his release, Landon, his wife Kerri. and their young daughter, Maddie are trying to restructure their lives.  Landon has become a lawyer and Kerri is a local news personality.

Colorful lawyer Harry McNaughten hires Landon as an associate and they begin to work on a high-profile murder case...which leads to a number of consequences no one could have dreamed of.

Interesting characters, love, loyalty, murder, mystery, intrigue...all found here in one great book.  Check it out for yourself!

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