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Injustice For All by Scott Pratt
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Mar 26, 2011

liked it
bookshelves: mystery

This book was pretty well written in terms of mystery. When I saw the bit about drug lords and things, I was disappointed, but resolved to stick it out.

It was worth the read, I'd say. I really liked Joe Dillard's character; I love how the author managed to make the relationships in this novel so sweet without making them disgustingly sappy. Joe and Catherine's relationship, especially was so REAL - it was beautiful to read!

However, I didn't really like the melange of cases that was occurring because it seemed to me that they had to be so mixed because they couldn't stand on their own. I thought the book would have been a lot better if Pratt had just focused on Ray Miller's suicide and Judge Green's subsequent death, and maybe added a few more twists.

I also wish it'd had more courtroom scenes, but overall it an interesting read. I'd pick up another one of Pratt's but I really hope he picks a cause and sticks with it rather than flitting about from one issue to another.

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