Friday, May 31, 2019

#Book #Review...Motion to Kill By Joel Goldman. . .A #Fivestar #Goodread

Richard Sullivan was at the top of his profession, a rainmaker in a powerful Kansas City law firm until his body washed up on the shores of a Missouri lake. Now questions about his death, and his life, reverberate through a firm that has more to cover up than it ever knew. Dark secrets pit partners against each other and their clients in a desperate struggle to stay alive.

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Corrupt law firms, attorneys, dirty clients and shady mobsters—Oh My! Answer me one question—what didn’t this novel have? What an exciting cast of characters wreaking all type of havoc on Kansas City. 

A very powerful and prominent attorney, Richard Sullivan, was found dead along the shore of a Missouri Lake. How convenient of all places for his body to come up while the law firm was trying to enjoy a relaxing weekend of golf and seminars at their retreat. The nerve of this guy to come up dead, some thought! 

Lou Mason, also an attorney working at this law firm, had too many questions and not enough answers, but one thing will become very clear to the reader, Lou was not one to mess around with. When you get right down to it, he was the man you’d want on your side. Partners were dropping dead at every turn and Lou could not figure out why? As you journey with him, it soon becomes apparent that there are some very shady dealings being dealt under the guise of “client work” being performed. Oh, to be sure, there was plenty of work being done, but none of it had to do with the law. In fact, it was quite the opposite.

I absolutely loved this book! It was Law & Order meets The Sopranos. I could one hundred percent see this as a motion picture. In fact, I’m shocked it hasn’t been contracted to be one. Lou Mason was one tough cookie! He didn’t stop until he had the answers he was seeking and he had a way of making people talk! Oh yes, this is my type of legal thriller. It gives the reader the ride of your reading life, and that’s what entertaining books are supposed to do, and this one did it! Awesome read!

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