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When Kevin Taylor, a lawyer, joins the criminal law firm John Milton and Associates, he is relieved that he can finally enjoy all the luxuries of life that he and his wife dreamed of – a posh lifestyle, limousines and beautiful apartments. But as time passes, Taylor realizes that with a team of expert advocates, they are letting all the criminals walk free – criminals who have been bloody and brutal in their deeds.
What makes this book stand out?
Being one of the Andrew Neiderman popular novels and also probably the best told one.
Read it for
The mental dilemma of Kevin Taylor about being a Devil’s advocate has been done with utter honesty.
Don't read it for
The book raises many moral questions about the main protagonists, unlike those books where the lead person is always good and right.