Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

  • by Linda S. Prather
  • Narrated by Logan McAllister
  • 6 hrs and 42 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Assistant DA Jenna James took an oath to uphold the law, administer justice, deter crime and ensure the safety of the community. Her job isn't easy, but it has always been black and white - criminals versus victims. Now she is the victim, and the very system she's fought to uphold is suddenly corrupt, the lines between good and bad are blurred and her world has turned upside down. She's always known that world existed - a world of power so immense that a single phone call can result in people disappearing or political offices being vacated, a world where doctors are available at a moment's notice. She's never been part of that world - never wanted to be. The body count is rising, and unless she finds proof beyond a reasonable doubt against a corrupt former federal judge, and a notorious criminal defense attorney, it will continue to rise.

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Great Legal Thriller!

Linda S. Prather is a new author to me, whereas I have listened to several books performed by Logan McAllister. Both are extremely talented. I loved all of the unexpected twists this book had. I typically listen to romances most of the time with mystery and thriller books added in for change of pace. This story gripped me from the very beginning. Logan added so much to the book with the various voices he performed and was able to add a sense of urgency. I was voluntarily provided with this review copy audiobook at no charge by the author, narrator, and or publisher. I highly recommend this book and will look for more books by both the author and narrator.
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- Jan

More like a soap opera.

Would you say that listening to this book was time well-spent? Why or why not?

I always prefer to read books with strong female characters. That's why I picked this book too. But I was sorta disappointed. Jenna didn't seem too bright, considering that she's Assistant DA n all. The other character constructions were poor as well. I didn't understand anyone's motive, tbf. And there were lot of unnecessary details that didn't contribute to the story at all. It sounded more like the author was trying to impress us with his knowledge of the subject matter. But instead, it distracted us from the story.


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I was voluntarily provided a free copy of this book by the author / narrator / publisher and I'm leaving an unbiased review.

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- Bikram Agarwal

Book Details

  • Release Date: 09-23-2016
  • Publisher: Linda S. Prather