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In Good Faith Audiobook

In Good Faith

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A family of four is slaughtered in rural Tennessee. Two weeks later, a retired high school principal and his wife are brutally slain. Two Satan-worshipping teens stand accused. It's up to prosecutor Joe Dillard to convict them. A former defense attorney who spent way too much time defending people he knew were guilty, Joe is determined to win this case to atone for his past.

But an evil young woman named Natasha is responsible for the slayings and Joe knows it. Natasha is walking around free because the two boys who have been arrested are too terrified to implicate her. Now Joe must risk everything - including his family's safety and his own life - to bring an evil murderer to justice.

©2012 Scott Pratt (P)2013 Scott Pratt

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  • Wayne
    Matthews, NC
    03/12/15
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    "A very dark thriller!"

    In good faith is Book 2 of the Joe Dillard series. Joe has given up private practice and is now an assistant district attorney. This novel is about several especially gruesome murders by three devil worshipers the leader of whom is a beautiful young redhead woman. The setting is northeastern Tennessee. A subtext of the story is a serious health issue with Joe's wife Caroline.

    I could have selected 5 stars rather than 4; it was a close call.



    5 of 6 people found this review helpful
  • Susan
    NEWNAN, GA, United States
    15/08/14
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    "OK, I'm hooked on Joe Dillard..."

    ...but the narrator is still pretty bad. Here's a case where the narrator does the book no favors...but he's not bad enough to keep me from the rest of the series.

    2 of 2 people found this review helpful
  • Ted
    Lancaster, PA, United States
    12/07/14
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    "A Gooey Dollop Of Para Atop The Normal Here…"

    Apparently Scott Pratt's got some sort or denominational religious angst going on in his head… It apparently developed since his excellent earlier novel, "An Innocent Client" (which should be read first BTW). And here he swirls it around and around in a mishmash of mystical versus spiritual plot whorls.

    I don't like it when an author relies upon ghosts, mystics, or satan/gods to solve his/her story difficulties. Pratt does that here. Maybe you'll enjoy it, since he's a good craftsman and Tim Campbell's a fine reader. Don't know whether I'll try the next in this series… I like my legal thrillers to be more "normal" courtroom matches without a gooey side-order of the "para'.

    5 of 6 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer
    Camp Hill, PA
    14/05/16
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    "The incidents portrayed left me sick to my stomach"

    Every negative stereotype I've ever heard about justice in the south was reinforced in this book: civil servants taking the law into their own hands or looking the other way at illegal activities, sheriffs wielding their own brand of justice and blackmailing and making deals for their own personal benefit, judges ignoring the obvious letter and spirit of the law and using their warped interpretation of it to come up with perverted sentences based on personal inclinations, crime scene evidence being manipulated to favor a false interpretation of events.

    There was a fairly interesting story interwoven among the criminal justice debacles, but my goodness, how can one enjoy it in the midst of all the legal shenanigans? Is this the way things are still done down there?

    I found myself becoming more incensed along the way. I may be incredibly naive, but I love our American system of jurisprudence, and I like to think that justice does prevail most of the time.

    This book reinforces why, even today, I won't drive into the deep South.

    As a final note, because of the insufficiency of the narrator, I had quite a difficult time discerning whom was speaking and had to backup and go over many parts of the dialogue.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Shane
    20/05/15
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    "Outstanding legal fiction"

    If you love legal fiction as I do, you will love Joe Dillard. These are well-thought-out books, and I encourage anyone interested in this genre to read the whole series!

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Ray
    West Deptford, NJ, United States
    05/04/15
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    "GOOD, NOT GREAT"

    My first listen to this legal thriller series. It was good enough that I will try Book 2 in the series.

    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer hunterma
    United States
    31/01/15
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    "Finally, a murder mystery without foul language"
    Would you consider the audio edition of In Good Faith to be better than the print version?

    I didn't read, I listened.


    What other book might you compare In Good Faith to and why?

    An Innocent Client, also by Scott Pratt. It was a pleasure to listen to a great story without having to endure foul language, which I don't want in my brain and try to avoid.


    What about Tim Campbell’s performance did you like?

    He read smoothly and fluently with no distracting mismatched voices, he just brought me right into the story.


    1 of 1 people found this review helpful
  • Tikisha M Jolly
    02/12/16
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    "Nail Biter"

    I really liked the 2nd book from the Joe Dillard series though not as much as the 1st book. It is still a great story with lively characters, plot twists and suspense. The satanic elements were a little much for me but overall a great read.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Amazon Customer
    Silver Spring, MD
    26/11/16
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    "Faith Taken Too Far"

    Really enjoying Scott Pratt's Joe Dillard series. He writes compelling, intricate storyline. He grabs you from page one. His character development is excellent. On to Book Three.

    0 of 0 people found this review helpful
  • Sherry Dyck
    British Columbia, Canada
    17/11/16
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    "Audio book is great"
    What made the experience of listening to In Good Faith the most enjoyable?

    Listening to a well narrated book is essential in order to capture my attention. It is equally important to express the authors intention and meaning. This narrator does a superb job of both.


    0 of 0 people found this review helpful

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