by Jerome Teel
Published by Howard Books (June 5, 2007)
While investigating a murder, Nashville attorneys Eli Faulkner and Jill Baker uncover evidence that incriminates Senator Proctor---and places them in the cross hairs of another deadly plot!
It was an interesting story but kind of confusing, as Teel went into detail about the inner workings of the Presidency: his assistant and the security team that handles different things for the President. Teel also went through the whole election process of a Judge and the detailed workings of that process.
I found myself checking back to see who was the assistant to the President and who was the Assistant to the Majority speaker. It has many characters and a couple of court room dramas, playing out at the same time along with a couple people getting killed in their investigations. It has a good ending and in parts it was suspenseful.
But you don’t leave the book thinking, "Wow - that was good." He has some really good points to make in the book about politics and religion; one being a lawyer who is faced with getting real with Jesus in all areas of his life.
Reviewed by Nora St. Laurent