Mark Twain wrote: It is often the case that the man who can't tell a lie thinks he is the best judge of one.
#2 in Jack Hart Mystery
Average Rating: 4.0
What would you do if your best friend were charged with first-degree murder?
Jack Hart and Harmony Piper are young civil litigators at a large Seattle law firm. They know they are in over their heads when their friend Mark is charged in a police-involved shooting.
Jack and Harmony search for a defense for Mark while racial tension rips the city with riots and fast-tracks Mark's prosecution. Top brasses in the Seattle Police Department and Mark's own father seem to have their own reasons for pushing for conviction.
In this second installment of the Jack Hart mystery series, Jack's and Harmony's loyalty and legal skills are tested like never before.
This is a light mystery, strong in plot and pacing with likable, fully developed characters. And Noah DeBiase hits just the right tone to draw out these characters with his spot-on narration. Plus, there's some pretty good courtroom drama here as well.
NOTE: I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.
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