Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Deadly Proof by Rachel Dylan

I enjoyed this novel. It is about a legal case against a big drug company. Kate is the lead counsel for the injured party and a friend of hers is actually representing the drug company. Both attorneys are looking for advancement in their law firm. When it appears that someone is out to prevent Kate from winning the case, Landon, a former Army Ranger whom Kate has hired to do some detective work for her, steps up security for Kate. It is interesting seeing the legal process at work. I like the way the author seamlessly wove the characters spiritual walks into the story. The thing I think could use more work it the solutions to the mysteries that had been introduced throughout. For instance, someone was tampering with Kate’s papers and internet throughout the process of getting ready for the trial and several times the author laid out the possible culprits for consideration but when the culprit finally confessed it was somewhat of an anti-climax. It was a quick few sentences just to tie up that particular loose end. Not really any surprises or fun plot twists – just it was suspect number 2 and let’s move on.

I received this book from Bethany House in exchange for a review expressing my opinion of the book.