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Mark Gimenez is a lawyer and the author of seven novels — THE COLOR OF LAW, THE ABDUCTION, THE PERK, THE COMMON LAWYER, ACCUSED, THE . Mark Gimenez grew up in Galveston County, Texas, and attended Texas State University and Notre Dame Law Book cover for Accused by Mark Gimenez. In the first of a thrilling new series from the author of international best sellers The Colour of Law and Accused, Book investigates a murder set in the high-stakes.


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But when a senator's son is killed in a hit-and-run, Fenney is asked by the federal judge to put his air-conditioned lifestyle on hold to defend the accused: a black. Download Title: Accused ebook freeType: ebook pdf, ePub Publisher: SPHEREReleased: October, Page Count: Language. Results 1 - 12 of 14 download mark gimenez Books at kaz-news.info A. SCOTT FENNEY SERIES The Color of Law (Book 1) Accused (Book 2) The Absence of Guilt.

Then, there are his partners, one a Another fun, interesting read in this second of the A. Then, there are his partners, one a refugee from his old firm, and the other a friend from earlier life.

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His bodyguard, a brick wall named Louis who came with his adopted daughter from the dark side of town, is a very likable friend and capable bodyguard who likes Scott a lot because he took in Pajamae, the daughter of his last client who was a junkie accused of murder.

Lots of other characters keep things moving along at a fun pace. Aside from the characters, there is the humor, often dry, apparently overlooked by many reviewers who think the story is too simple or one-dimensional, etc. I personally think they are missing the bus on this book, but maybe it's me.

Still, while the story is interesting, the characters make the book for me. Taking it seriously is a mistake, almost like saying The Hitchhiker's Guide is not believable. Since the author is a lawyer, the legal issues are interesting and believable, giving us some real issues to think about behind the shenanigans.

I think underneath the money-hungry, fashion-following beautiful women everywhere is a look into issues women face in real life, and how some of them feel forced to act in order to succeed in the man's world. I'm glad I discovered this author, even though it was under false pretenses; people are comparing him to Grisham, an author I enjoy a lot.

But I think the similarities are pretty superficial, mainly that they're both about the law. But Grisham is much more serious and realistic.

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And about the audiobook version I read. I'm not crazy about him, and liked the narrator of the first book better Stephen Hoye. Jeff Harding sound a bit too matter-of-fact to me, and for some reason I find it a little annoying.

But it was OK.

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I kept expecting it to get better, because of the recommendation, but it never did. First, the characters are flat; so flat that no matter how hard I tried, I couldn't make myself care about any of them.

The main character, A. Scott Fenney was so perfect it was annoying.

He had no flaws and nothing to overcome. As a matter of fact, none of them did except his ex-wife who had so many, I couldn't stand her.

I didn' This book came highly recommended so I may have started it with unfair expectations. In order to 'do right' by his poor, less fortunate client, he has to give it all up and loses a lot in the process.

I liked the book overall, however, the author spent WAY too much time describing the lifestyles of the rich and famous instead of really getting into the murder.

It took a very long time to even begin the real investigation of the murder of the son. Chapter after chapter he talked way too much about country club lifestyles and neighborhoods of the rich and charity balls and the best schools. He put a lot into the descriptions of the houses and shopping districts and on and on.

In my opinion, he could have used the first few chapters to set the tone. After that, the rest of the book should have been about the murder.

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The book was about pages too long. I can appreciate what he was trying to do, but considering that the case and the murder itself was somewhat weak, he should have spent more time developing a more complicated and compelling reason for the murder and made it a bit more suspenseful.

Not a properly educated minority in the bunch and honestly, I suppose that can be real life for someScott Fenney was so perfect it was annoying.

Problem number three: editing. Not a properly educated minority in the bunch and honestly, I suppose that can be real life for some

I know this because it was repeated far too many times. Chapter after chapter he talked way too much about country club lifestyles and neighborhoods of the rich and charity balls and the best schools.

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I'm not crazy about him, and liked the narrator of the first book better Stephen Hoye. I'm glad I discovered this author, even though it was under false pretenses; people are comparing him to Grisham, an author I enjoy a lot.

Overall, he's a good dude, just spends way too much time chasing after 'the dream'. It took a very long time to even begin the real investigation of the murder of the son. Will he do the right thingat a terrible costor the easy thing and keep his hard-earned fabulous life?