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New authors always arouse such intrigue for me, particularly when they write well in a genre I enjoy. Victor Methos is one such author and this legal thriller was not only captivating, but it flowed well and kept me attune to the story until the final page turn. Living the high life in Miami, Tatum Graham has it all, including a long list of clients seeking a criminal defence attorney who is ready to do whatever it takes to win. While Graham has that gumption, something seems to be eating away at him, so much so that he flees the area after a win and never looks back. His destination? The small Utah community he called home as a child, which has been collecting dust for close to two decades. When he pulls into town, much is the same, but there are some significant differences, including the woman he was dating before he left in the dead of night. With the town rocked by its first murder in a decade, Graham is convinced to lend a hand and serves as a consulting prosecutor for the fledgling county attorney’s office, who are left trying to build a murder case against two young men, one of whom is connected with more money than can be reflected on a balance sheet. Working with a few young attorneys, Graham does all he can to bring justice for the 17 year-old victim, whose personal life is anything but pristine. Still, all victims deserve a voice, even if the evidence against the suspects is flimsy. Working with less than ideal circumstances and under pressure, Graham must develop a case and have it heard in this small town, where all eyes are watching him, literally. Methos does a wonderful job to paint a captivating picture of the case at hand, as well as central characters who resonate with the reader. Recommended to those who like swift legal thrillers, as well as the reader who enjoys something that wastes little time during the reading experience.

It was a banner on Goodreads that led me to find this book, one that I have thoroughly enjoyed, Methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. The Tatum Graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. Graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. Throughout, Graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. With a personal connection to the town, one can expect Graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. With ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, Graham must face it all, head-on. Other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement Tatum Graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. Methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. There is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. The story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. Victor Methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. With a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. I am eager to see what else Methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

Kudos, Mr. Methos, for a wonderful debut for me. I want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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In comparison to many thermal and night vision devices 350 in the market, this is about as lightweight and compact as it gets for binoculars. One issue is that after about new authors always arouse such intrigue for me, particularly when they write well in a genre i enjoy. victor methos is one such author and this legal thriller was not only captivating, but it flowed well and kept me attune to the story until the final page turn. living the high life in miami, tatum graham has it all, including a long list of clients seeking a criminal defence attorney who is ready to do whatever it takes to win. while graham has that gumption, something seems to be eating away at him, so much so that he flees the area after a win and never looks back. his destination? the small utah community he called home as a child, which has been collecting dust for close to two decades. when he pulls into town, much is the same, but there are some significant differences, including the woman he was dating before he left in the dead of night. with the town rocked by its first murder in a decade, graham is convinced to lend a hand and serves as a consulting prosecutor for the fledgling county attorney’s office, who are left trying to build a murder case against two young men, one of whom is connected with more money than can be reflected on a balance sheet. working with a few young attorneys, graham does all he can to bring justice for the 17 year-old victim, whose personal life is anything but pristine. still, all victims deserve a voice, even if the evidence against the suspects is flimsy. working with less than ideal circumstances and under pressure, graham must develop a case and have it heard in this small town, where all eyes are watching him, literally. methos does a wonderful job to paint a captivating picture of the case at hand, as well as central characters who resonate with the reader. recommended to those who like swift legal thrillers, as well as the reader who enjoys something that wastes little time during the reading experience.

it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
http://pecheyponderings.wordpress.com/

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
http://pecheyponderings.wordpress.com/

a book for all seasons, a different sort of book challenge: https://www.goodreads.com/group/show/... level language to low level languga that is assembly level language. New authors always arouse such intrigue for me, particularly when they write well in a genre i enjoy. victor methos is one such author and this legal thriller was not only captivating, but it flowed well and kept me attune to the story until the final page turn. living the high life in miami, tatum graham has it all, including a long list of clients seeking a criminal defence attorney who is ready to do whatever it takes to win. while graham has that gumption, something seems to be eating away at him, so much so that he flees the area after a win and never looks back. his destination? the small utah community he called home as a child, which has been collecting dust for close to two decades. when he pulls into town, much is the same, but there are some significant differences, including the woman he was dating before he left in the dead of night. with the town rocked by its first murder in a decade, graham is convinced to lend a hand and serves as a consulting prosecutor for the fledgling county attorney’s office, who are left trying to build a murder case against two young men, one of whom is connected with more money than can be reflected on a balance sheet. working with a few young attorneys, graham does all he can to bring justice for the 17 year-old victim, whose personal life is anything but pristine. still, all victims deserve a voice, even if the evidence against the suspects is flimsy. working with less than ideal circumstances and under pressure, graham must develop a case and have it heard in this small town, where all eyes are watching him, literally. methos does a wonderful job to paint a captivating picture of the case at hand, as well as central characters who resonate with the reader. recommended to those who like swift legal thrillers, as well as the reader who enjoys something that wastes little time during the reading experience.

it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
http://pecheyponderings.wordpress.com/

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

like/hate the review? an ever-growing collection of others appears at:
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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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it was a banner on goodreads that led me to find this book, one that i have thoroughly enjoyed, methos works well within the confines of the writing experience to bring a story to the reader that is unlikely to be soon forgotten. the tatum graham character has all the workings of a strong protagonist, where the glitz and glamour are humbled when he returns to his hometown. graham has the aura around him to present a strong case and uses those skills for ‘good’, rather than to defend those who have the money to purchase certain perspectives. throughout, graham refers to a book he is writing about trial work, something that offers tidbits of insight into legal maneuvers within the courtroom. with a personal connection to the town, one can expect graham to show his hand and emotional side, which is anything but superficial. with ghosts from his past returning on a daily basis, graham must face it all, head-on. other characters show great development, as they shape the story and complement tatum graham, particularly those who are still in town and react to his return. methos uses these relationships to contrast the intensity of the legal story found within the novel and one can only hope that other novels work the same way. there is a great revelation about life as well as the legal side of the story through all these individuals coming together. the story was well-crafted and showed insight throughout, with some central legal arguments as well as loopholes used to develop strong narratives. victor methos knows his stuff and presents it well, using characters to deliver on a strong set of arguments that the reader cannot help but want to understand. with a small-town courtroom setting, the story turns on the smallest thing and the outcome is anything but a foregone conclusion. i am eager to see what else methos has written and how this story fits into the larger picture.

kudos, mr. methos, for a wonderful debut for me. i want to try more of your work and can only hope that there is a commonality in the quality of all your work!

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