When it comes to books and movies, I am rarely surprised with endings but this one got me. What a really well written book with strong characters and a great plot.
Our hero of the story, Robert Worth, is just days away from making partner at a powerful Santa Monica law firm. When a client confides in him that senior partner Jack Pierce has sexually assaulted her, Robert finds himself in a moral dilemma of how to handle this information.
After hearing the accusations against Pierce and other issues with the firm, he breaks the cardinal rule at the firm, “Never cross Pierce”. Throwing away, all he’s worked so hard for over the last 5 years, he stands up for what he believes is right. This action sets in motion events that put Robert and his only client’s lives in jeopardy.
This one had me turning pages until late into the evening every night. A very good read. On my scale or 1 to 5, 1 being don’t bother and 5 a real page turner. I gave The Beach Lawyer a solid 5. A really well written book with lots of plot twist and well thought out character development.
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