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A Game Of Proof (2011)

by Tim Vicary(Favorite Author)
3.7 of 5 Votes: 1
White Owl Publications
The Trials of Sarah Newby
review 1: I am going to give this a high three starts, but could not give it four because of all the errors that were with in. Not sure if it was just my kindle copy, but to many to ignore. The story was really good and it did keep you guessing up until the end. Very interesting to read a novel about the English judicial system and I will put other Vicary Novels on my list of must reads. I just could not get over the fact that this was a Professor that wrote this book and it seems to have missed the editor before being published. All of these errors will not help those wanting to learn English.
review 2: The story is populated with some unsavory characters and others who are have normal human imperfections. Sarah Newby has put her career as a barrister before her family,
... more and her family holds some resentment as a result. There are petty and not-so-petty criminals, a prostitute who has small children in the house where she conducts her business, a beautiful young woman who keeps two boyfriends on the string--going back and forth from one to the other, and Sarah's son Simon--one of those boyfriends who is charged with his lover's murder--is a lazy slob. All these come together in various ways when Sarah defends her son on the murder charge. The British trial and the differences and similarities between the British and American justice systems interested me, and I was not sure if I believed in Simon's guilt or innocence. less
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An intriguing story, but too much foul language for my taste.
Just WOW. One of the best books I've ever read *.*
Ditto to Stacy comments.
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