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really liked it 4.00  ·  Rating details ·  7 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Another Legal Whodunit From Full Court Press

A lawyer's personal account of his involvement in an unusual case at the request of a mysterious client.

"You must be aware of the claims that our President should not hold office because he was not born in this country. I want Mr. Tyler to conduct an independent and full examination of all the evidence from the ground up."

Kindle Edition, 326 pages
Published November 3rd 2018 by Full Court Press
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This story is about a research lawyer named Brian who is hired by mysterious, rich collector to find find a historically important document. Once he does, his life is turned upside down by factions that are seeking to claim it for their own nefarious purposes. Many years later, he starts thinking about his experiences and decides to investigate the subject further, only to run into trouble once again.

This book probably won’t appeal to Trump supporters as it suggests that he is at least partially
Caitlynn Akin
Jan 18, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Wise Child is an intriguing story about a lawyer, Brian Tyler, who is hired by a mysterious client to seek proof that Obama was not born in the United States. The story-line takes many twists and turns, leading you to wonder what Tyler will discover next. Written as a factual account of the events he experienced and his discovers, the book has a very realistic feel. Despite the political events that the story is based on, it is not an overly politicized book so members of any party is still able ...more
Corrine Cassels
Jan 12, 2019 rated it really liked it
This is a very smartly written whodunit filled with literary references and real world events. The narration is very "matter of fact" which keeps the story intense and moving quickly. There's some interesting back story tidbits here and there with cool references that had me Google more than a couple things, which is always a good sign of an engaging mystery. Thoroughly enjoyed this book, it was a nice break from my usual fiction novels.
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