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After a tumultuous career as a criminal defense attorney, Ellery Durand enjoys life without tales of drugs, death, and double-crossing. Until she wakes up one morning to find her bank accounts frozen, her face on the front page, and the peace she's come to treasure shattered in the wake of an FBI investigation. Can she convince the agent in charge to trust her? Can she trust the feelings that grow between them?
FBI Behavioral Analyst Sarah Flores has spent too many years investigating heinous crimes and welcomes a transfer to white-collar crime and the chance to have a life of her own. Her relief is short-lived when her first case involves a terrorist plot, and all signs indicate the terrorists' attorney constructed the framework of their evil conspiracy. Attracted to Ellery from the start, can she trust her instincts to lead her to the truth or will their attraction cast doubt on everything she holds dear?
©2015 Carsen Taite (P)2016 Bold Strokes Books Inc
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By Jo E. Meyertons on 03-05-17

Lots of redundancy

What did you like best about Reasonable Doubt? What did you like least?

There are strong elements to this story, including a main character's deciding to branch out into a new life for herself. Alas, that is completely overshadowed by constant repetition of terrorism fears from Al Queda, sadly expressed unrealistically to drive up fear to bloat the story line. I must have heard the same lines repeated 20 times at least.

Any additional comments?

I'd have like to see the story re-written with a tighter script, with close attention paid to avoiding needless repetition and progression from point a to point b.

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By Dina on 02-10-17

Narration ruined this story

I never felt any chemistry from the main characters. Perhaps I'm attributing it to the robotic, monotonous narrator. I almost considered deleting and getting another book.

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