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In this debut novel, Maria paints the picture of two law students falling in love. It covers a four week period of time. You will smile at the lovely sentences, sentiments and struggles.
This book is about two pages of text and 15 lovely photos. The beauty of the kindle fire shines with this type of book. However, I don't understand why some pictures were small and others a full page.
There were no author credits. But the pictures were certainly brilliant.
This book had a good pace and was a nice light read until I hit offensive language. While this language may not offend others, I'm writing the review. It was the same point where the plot seemed to falter, trip and fall apart. The characters never really developed but I was too busy being amused by the story to notice.
Too long, too technical (and I'm a lawyer). How do other readers feel about the loose end? It did make me think about the death penalty.
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About the Author
Una Tiers is an attorney who writes mystery/humorcides. Her debut novel, JUDGE vs NUTS, is available on Amazon eBooks (links below) and is ON SALE!
Synopsis of Judge vs Nuts:
Fiona Gavelle expected fame, fortune and glory after law school. However she finds herself working in a dead end, dusty law office where she does more secretarial than lawyer work.
One snowy Chicago night, she learns she was fired from her miserable job and when her miserable husband doesn't support her plight, she walks out.
However, after attending the funeral of a man she only met once, her luck turns. She gets new office space, and is taken in by her favorite Aunt.
She struggles to prove the practice of law does not include car chases or running down the alley at midnight.
Join Fiona to see where she leads you.
US The book is on sale April 23, 2015 8AM PST to April 26, 2015 12PM PST $.99 US Dollars
UK across the pond, the book is on sale April 23, 2015 8AM GMT to April 27, 12PM GMT £ .99
The opening pulled me in with trepidation. It was a little hard to follow the characters for a while until the motorcycle chase scene.
I learned a new word, Doxy does not mean the little weiner dog. This was another addition to solving the murder intellectually.
Brilliant, delightful and now my favorite Alexander McCall Smith book. His analysis of the truth and description of Africa are gentle and fun, making the reader linger. The shoes of Mma. Makutsi have a new feature.
This book weighs 20# and is far too heavy to hold and read. The review is based on the lovely pictures and memories those pics provoked.
A looooooooooooooong book. The plot started strong, but drifted to details that were too inconsequential to be red herrings. The romance was silly.
The culprit was well disguised.
A cemetery, a lost casket and a pile of loot, what more could you ask for? The bonus is a set of quirky characters.