May 21, 2015

Losing Faith by Adam Mitzner

From the acclaimed author Publishers Weekly called “a gifted writer” comes this nail-biting legal thriller in the bestselling tradition of John Grisham and Scott Turow.

Aaron Littmann, the chairman of one of the country’s most prestigious law firms, has just been contacted by a high-profile defense attorney, whose client is Nikolai Garkov, a Russian businessman arraigned on terrorism charges for pulling the financial strings behind recent treasonous acts. The attorney informs Aaron that Garkov is looking to switch representation and will pay one hundred thousand dollars just to take the meeting. But Aaron doesn’t have any choice, as Garkov is ready to go public with the damning evidence that Aaron and the judge in the high-profile case—Faith Nichols—had a torrid affair during another recent case.

Filled with suspense, twists, and turns, Losing Faith will captivate legal thriller fans everywhere.
 About the Author

Adam Mitzner, a lawyer by day, is also the author of A Case of Redemption and A Conflict of Interest. He lives in New York City, with his wife and children.


You know that phrase, “Didn’t see that one coming!”, well that pretty much sums up the grand finale to Adam Mitzner’s Losing Faith. Is justice always served or can it be purchased, skewed and raped to satisfy the both the legal system’s ego and the power players of crime.

Mitzner's clearly in his element in this melieu. He knows his lawyering; his characters are fully three-dimensional; the plot is satisfyingly complex; and the climax and Big Reveal was a complete surprise to me, as I was absolutely sure I'd figured out "whodunit"... and was completely wrong.




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1 comments:

Deanna Stevens said...

I do like who dunnit mysteries :)
sounds like a good one!

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