Monday, January 14, 2013

Longboat Blues by H. Terrell Griffin


This is the second Matt Royal Mystery now that I have read in the past 2 days. I liked it so much I am going to read another one next.
Longboat Blues is more of a legal thriller that draws you in right away and keeps your attention all the way through. Like the characters, the drama. Some stronger language in this book especially from one character. It reminded me of a Perry Mason show with dramatic scenes in the courtroom.
I bought this from amazon because I liked previous Matt Royal mystery.

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When his girlfriend’s body is discovered on the balcony of his condo overlooking the Gulf of Mexico, Logan Hamilton is indicted for murder. His friend Matthew Royal, a burned out trial lawyer living in an island paradise in Florida, reluctantly comes out of early retirement to represent Logan. The tale twists and turns as Matt travels to Iowa, Chicago and South Florida, trying to save Logan from the death penalty pursued by a hard nosed female prosecutor who never loses. The secrets revealed in the climatic trial stun the people of the island and reverberate around the world.

Publisher: AuthorHouse (September 13, 2005) 276 pages

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