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Summary

Robbie Munro is facing the trial of his life: one month to prove he's fit to be a father. No problem. Apart from the small matter of a double murder in which psycho Jake Turpie is implicated. Jake demands Robbie's undivided attention and is prepared to throw money at the defence - along with some decidedly dodgy evidence. Robbie has a choice: look after his daughter or look after his client. His attempts to have the best of both worlds lead him into the alien worlds of high fashion, drug dealing and civil litigation. It's what being a father/lawyer is all about. Isn't it?

©2014 William McIntyre (P)2019 Oakhill Publishing

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I had to replay the first few minutes several times before I even grasped what was going on! Maybe I should have read the previous books on the series! I am already disliking the idiot main character, and his associates, there is no way that I am prepared to waste ten hours of my time to get closer to this plot. So far there is absolutely nothing that redeems this book. What a stupid waste of a credit!