Wednesday, February 2, 2011

In Her Defense by Stephen Horn

The narrator/hero of In Her Defense is Frank O'Connell, a once prominent Washington attorney who has fallen on hard times. A few years before the narrative begins, Frank appeared to have everything: a thriving marriage, a full partnership in his father-in-law's prestigious law firm, and virtually unlimited prospects. Responding to a combination of influences -- such as his innate love of risk and his growing sense that life had become too predictable, too comfortable -- he walked out on his affluent partnership and set up shop on his own, sacrificing his home and his marriage in the process (from the publisher).
Good page turner with interesting twists. Nice easy reading without demanding too much thinking. A good one if you want an easy read for a lazy day and enjoy crime and law genres.
Rating - I give this 3.5/5 Not bad!
Get this from the library
Reviewed by Terrie @ home

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