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Blood Relations by Edward Cohen and Kathy Cohen

Reviewed by Lisa Brown-Gilbert

Blood RelationsA twisted legal thriller which satisfies with as much grit as it does with intrigue, Blood Relations by co-authors Kathy Cohen and Edward Cohen keeps you rapt and wound tight till its shocking ending.

Absolutely worth the read, this legal thriller brings readers to the hot and steamy locale of New Orleans, where behind the closed doors of the selective Cameron and Munger law firm, things turn out to be just as hot and even steamier. And when young Kyle Cameron accidentally discovers his father’s infidelitous relationship with sexy femme fatale co-worker, lawyer Laura Niles, he aims to entice his father’s love interest away. However, things take a turn for the horrific when Laura Niles is found murdered and Jake –Kyle’s father–winds up in the center of a circumstantial whirlwind of evidence that could destroy his career, marriage and even his life. Facing jail or execution, Jake has no choice but to trust his ne’er-do-well son and lawyer, Kyle, trying the case that would make or break him. Read the rest of this entry »

The King of Torts by John Grisham

Reviewed by Allen Hott

The King of Torts[amazon_link asins=”” template=”” marketplace=”” link_id=””]I am not sure how I missed this one by Grisham as it is not a new release but it, like most of Grisham’s, is a great read. Perhaps because he writes about the legal field and he has had much experience in that field. He came out of law school, worked in criminal law, and even served in the House of Representatives. His background really has helped his writing expertise.

The King of Torts follows Clay Carter as he while working in D.C.’s OPD gets stuck with a murder case that he tried desperately to avoid. No one in his Department wanted murder cases as they are far too time consuming with little or no reward for the work.

It seems that a young black male named Tequila Watson had shot a young man for no apparent reason. He wasn’t on drugs and they weren’t fighting. Watson just walked up and shot him 4 or 5 times. Then when he was confined to a cell he beat his cellmate profusely and again for no apparent reason. Read the rest of this entry »