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What about Laurel Schroeder’s performance did you like?
Laurel gives a wonderful performance. I would be more apt to chose a book if narrated by Laurel
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When Sabre is called into the judges chambers to speak with the judge alone she knows it's against the code of ethics and requests another lawyers presence. When she attempts to bring in a witness the judge becomes irate and throws her out. Later that night the judge is killed by a hit and run driver.
Sabre's teenage client is accused of murder and Sobs is not sure he is innocent. But it is her duty to defend him anyway. She hits a few bumps along the way.
Reluctant to turn to JP for help because his former wife is staying with him she feels she must do most of the work herself. And with a new man in her life she is a very busy lawyer.
In spite of the light hearted moments and the mystery of the case the author addresses the problem of domestic violence in a real but yet nongraphic way
For me, Teresa Burrell's books are like potato chips, you can't stop with just one. I hope that the author keeps the series coming. I must confess I've got a little crush on JP, and I want my own Bob.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is Book 5 of the 7 book series. The series does not need to be read in order. The protagonist is Sabre Brown who is an attorney and child advocate in San Diego. The Advocates ExParte has action and suspense as well as interesting personal relationships. Narration is so-so, but a much better narrator handles Books 6 and 7.
5 of 6 people found this review helpful