A Reasonable Doubt
Robin Lockwood, a former MMA fighter and a gifted attorney, finds herself embroiled in a murder case full of twists and turns. Her client, a renowned magician who was trying to restart his career, was found dead and only she can put the pieces together to solve the mystery.
For the most part, this book was an easy read. I liked the characters; most were well rounded and well developed. Although the story bounced around the timeline and I found that to be a bit confusing at times. Also, the author referred to people by their first names, and then by their last names which were also confusing and lacked continuity. It would have been better to pick one when referring to the characters. The mystery itself was multifaceted and definitely had me guessing until the end, but I found the big reveal to be a bit anticlimactic. A few of the characters lacked some detail and the storylines surrounding them were a bit choppy. Since the main character was touted as an MMA fighter in the description I was expected more fight scenes, so I was a bit disappointed. Overall it was good, and I would not be opposed to reading the rest of this series.
|Page Count||304 pages|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|