However, I'm not sure what Steve Martini was thinking when he wrote his latest legal thriller. We get the client who has all the odds stacked against her, we get the cocky prosecutor who thinks he holds all the cards, but there is NO court case. No legal finagling. Instead, Paul Madriani changes his role as lawyer, to that of Paul Madriani, Secret Agent Man.
No. Just, no. The story was good, but if Martini wanted to write a spy thriller, he should have just invented a new main character (and perhaps started a new series?). Oh well, it was still entertainment.
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