Three people go to law school to save the world, to make it a better place to live in. But now, Mark, Todd, and Zola realize that they have been taken financially, and mentally. They, like most students borrow heavily to attend school, unfortunately the law school they picked is at the bottom of the barrel and rarely do any of the attendees ever pass the bar, and if you don’t pass, you aren’t getting a job. They investigate the school and find out its part of a larger scam.
They begin to have hope, maybe there’s a way out of this debacle, and escape the huge debt they’ve incurred. Maybe!
Lots of fun twists and turns. Lots of action, suspense, and interesting facts about different universities, and some of the scams. You do care for the characters, and it is a compelling story. This book will keep you at the edge of your seat
Title: Fractured Justice
Author: James A. Ardaiz (local)
Rate: 5 Roses
When detectives are called in to investigate a meticulously staged crime scene on a canal bank in rural Central California they know they have a serial killer. After murdering three women in the same way, they realize how cagey he is, and how dangerous.
This is a fast-paced, realistic thriller that tracks a killer from the crime scene to the courthouse. A great book written by a former investigator, prosecutor, and judge who knows the real world of lawyers, detectives, and killers.