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Religious Convictions by Grif Stockley
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Mar 08, 2010

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Read from March 08 to 10, 2010

This book wasn't bad. The writing was okay and it moved along pretty well. The setting of a murder in the heart of a fundamentalist religious group made it more interesting than a run-of-the-mill murder mystery. But basically it was a legal murder mystery where an enthusiastic lawyer gets called in to help a top-gun lawyer defend a young woman accused of shooting her husband. There are just enough suspects to keep you from knowing with any certainty who did it, though my first guess was the right one so it isn't that much of a shocking ending.

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