The Last McKenzie
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The Last McKenzie

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The future…and the very survival…of one unborn child hang on the skill and courage of one young attorney in search of his own redemption…

The McKenzies are dead. All of them. And thus the fate of one of America’s largest fortunes is in limbo. Then the bank which controls the vast fortune suddenly produces a man it claims is the only surviving member of the family. Although...more
ebook, 525 pages
Published June 20th 2012 by Rössl International Press (first published June 19th 2012)
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This book, which delves into the nuances of Chicago's legal and corporate worlds is a great introduction to what I hope will be a wonderful series. The protagonist, Jack Mitchell is the golden ethical good guy, fighting against corruption of the worst kind-- family greed. I couldn't put the book down, as the suspense kept me turning the pages right until the very end.
I’ve been a big fan of the legal thriller for what seems like forever, both those from the big names of the genre like John Grisham or those less well known: Rebecca Forster, for example. As with many genres, the legal thriller has some genre conventions or formulas. Although not as strict as the romance, it shares a few of that genre’s conventions. You can anticipate a happy ending. You know there will be some tense moments and bumps along the way. The key to the story is not being able to see...more
Marsha Hinton
I enjoyed reading this book and have recommended to it my husband. Mr. Ross has developed charactors that I can believe in, acting in ways that I would expect them to, and a story line that doesn't disappoint. This is a excellent first book. I would recommend this book to anyone.
Eric Weisheit
Michelle was right, this was a really fun read!
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Born in 1974, Kirk Ross grew up in rural, northern Illinois, the son of a pastor and a financial planner. An aspiring college professor, he studied Mathematics, German and History in college, including a year living in Europe. By the time he finished graduate school, he knew that academia was not the right place for him. He needed something with a little more real-world impact, so he went to law...more
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