Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery) by Merissa Racine – Review by Corine Lombardi-Quiles

Shadows of Doubt (A Crawford Mystery)Shadows of Doubt by Merissa Racine
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I loved this book, it seemed like a good reference to the court process.
It was informative and entertaining.
I give this four stars only because it seemed a bit slow in the middle.
This kept me guessing the entire time though and the character development in our female MC.
Oh the secrets that emerge,
Let’s just say she handled it well.
I personally would have minded my business cause it got real.
Most of the book she gave me Kate Beckett vibes.
The twists and turns can’t be explained without spoilers but you definitely need to read this.
I didn’t read the first book but I wasn’t lost.
I love the defense attorney, I would definitely read I book from his point of view.
This author keeps you on edge and I love the legal plot.
It wasn’t over dramatic it was just enough.
I would read this again and recommend it for book club.

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