But as the case pulls him into a mystery involving a major unsolved crime from decades ago, his career—and his life—are put on the line in Fatal Trust, a legal thriller by author Todd M. Within minutes the emergency services arrive at the scene. I also like that the novel moved at a good pace with enough action and suspense in between. I thoroughly enjoyed Todd M. Really great concept, a legal thriller with unique set-up, backstory, and hairpin turns.
Johnson Ian Wells is a young criminal defense attorney struggling to build a Minneapolis law practice he inherited from his father while caring for a mother with Alzheimer's. Find out in Fatal Trust Five out of five stars Happy Reading! The author begins with the final scene in the drama but then leaves the reader hanging at the end of the chapter. He finds himself becoming a target for both the potential heirs and the legal system, who are trying to solve the very crime that he's digging into and unraveling. So when a client offers him a great sum of money to do a simple job he grabs it. So it is a book I can recommend to my Christian friends.
Ian agreed to take on this unusu Fatal Trust By Todd M. Posing as a cocktail waitress, Catherine soon finds herself trapped with the feuding clan at the sinister Nevermore manor. But in Risking It All On Blind Trust, He May Just Lose Everything. I had to stop and catch my breath a few times. Then we get a crazy flashback where we learn an escaped patient from a psych ward pushed Kate's husband in front of a subway train. But his portion of the practice isn't doing as well as Ian had hoped.
Johnson, gives us a thrill ride that keeps us guessing and the pages turning till the very end. This is retarded since both men want to stick it in her. There was also a lot of dialogue and I like dialogue so there is that as well. Like any good book I was anxious to have the mystery solved, but was sad when it was over. A bestselling true-crime writer, Meg has money, fame, and a wealthy fiancé. This story was well written, and each twist and turn and plot point left you wanting more and more.
I received a free copy of Fatal Trust from the publisher in exchange for my honest review. The dialogue was witty, engaging, and exactly what it needed to be. As stolen money from the art theft surfaces Ian finds himself being looked at as a suspect by Brook Daniels, a criminal prosecutor as well as his best friend? The characters were well-developed and well-rounded. It was fun reading about places and suburbs and streets I know. It is definitely a page turner that I didn't want to put down, and I was surprised at the ending, which came all too fast. Jessica is the least effective cougar ever. What a suspenseful novel — with hit This book had more twists and turns than a roller coaster! And with time at a premium - one week to decide who is worthy of a share of nine million dollars he suddenly finds himself moving, not so slowly, to center-stage of a criminal investigation.
So when a client offers him a great sum of money to do a simple job he grabs it. The novel was a quick read with an interesting story line. The fact that it was from a Christian publishing house was like free coffee. Lucas agrees to give the son a physical and immediately asks Kate for a date. In Ian's case it involves his long-time friend Brook. The case that seemed like would pay the bills may invol I would tend to classify this book as a clean mystery rather than Christian fiction.
You're the only one moving back in. Be ready to non-stop action, and some with their lives and jobs on the line, and you will have to read to the end to find out how things are going to turn out. From beyond the grave, a letter from Max insists that his death was no accident, sending Catherine undercover—and way out of her comfort zone—to catch the killer. Ian Wells was interesting and sometimes a little naive, but I liked him. I received a copy of this book to facilitate my review. I received this book from Bethany House for my honest opinion.
To say Ian was in over his head would be an understatement, and his only life preserver might be his long-time friend Brook Daniels, an attorney with the U. It has a smoldering love interest between Ian Wells and his best friend from law school, District Attorney Brook Fields. Johnson Ian Wells is a young criminal defense attorney struggling to build a Minneapolis law practice he inherited from his father while caring for a mother with Alzheimer's. As to the narrator: I like Ms. That's the second straight movie to top 30 points. Personally, I think mysteries make great audiobooks, especially when there's a little romance thrown in. There were so many twists and turns that I never saw coming! The characters the author portrayed elicited many feeling as a reader.