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This story is about murder and conspiracy with lots of court room drama. I enjoyed this novel very much. It's about a claim of plagiarism which develops into good court room drama while a civil case turn into a murder case. An interesting subplot involving a "newly minted partnership" between the two main characters which is described by Ted of Lancaster PA as "the next Tracey/Hepburn incarnation blitzed up for today." Thanks Ted for this recommendation, I hope there is more. I think it could become a popular series.
The publisher's summary describes the story very well. Be sure to read Ted of Lancaster PA review as he describes the story as having "plenty of fractured laws to glue it all together."
Will Damon's narration is very good, his performance ability pulled me into the story from the first sentence, and his performance and the storyline held my interest throughout.
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This novel is MUCH better than the average 4,0 star rating would indicate. Rory Calburton recently made partner in a law firm that represents motion picture companies. He made partner through hard work despite the fact he graduated from an unaccredited law school. Sarah Gold is newly recruited by the firm after interning for the Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court. She also has a private investigator's license and carries a gun. Sarah "suffers" from ICD, impulse control disease, which means she does whatever comes to mind without getting permission; this frustrates Rory especially because she always comes up with valuable information. Although Write to Die includes a major civil case as well as a murder case, what makes the novel wonderful is the relationship between follow the rules Rory and follow her impulses Sarah. Narration by Will Damvon is stellar.
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