16. A Stand-Up Guy Falls Flat
There’s a certain irony here that Oliver is a comedian who isn’t particularly funny—and unfortunately, neither is this so-called comic novel.
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17. Water’s Edge a Kinder, Gentler Law Thriller
Author and attorney Robert Whitlow's Water’s Edge is heavier on the ethics and lighter on the legalese, making it a kindler, gentler law thriller.
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18. Plots Unusual and Unforeseen in The Queen
As usual in this series, Steven James weaves together two or more plots that tie together in an unusual, unforeseen way.
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19. Insight Offers That and Redemption, Too
Insight has a wonderful period feel to it. It is as advertised: “a moving story of compassion and cruelty, laughter and heartache, faith and redemption.”
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20. Romantic Suspense Found in A Killer Among Us
While A Killer Among Us stands on its own, many readers will probably want to take in the rest of the Women of Justice series as well.
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