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Book Review: TH1RT3EN

DETAILS Title: THIRTEEN [Eddie Flynn #4] Author: Steve Cavanagh Publisher: Orion Books ISBN: 9781409170662 Genre: Legal Thriller BACK COVER BLURB They were Hollywood’s hottest power couple. They had the world at their feet. Now one of them is dead and Hollywood star Robert Solomon is charged with the brutal murder of his beautiful wife. This is the celebrity murder trial of the century and the defence want one man on their team: con artist turned lawyer Eddie Flynn. All the evidence points to Robert’s guilt, but as the trial begins a series of sinister incidents in the court room start to raise doubts in Eddie’s mind. What if there’s more than one actor in the courtroom? What if the killer isn’t on trial? What if the killer is on the jury? WHAT I THOUGHT “The greatest trick the devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.” — Christopher McQuarrie, The Unusual Suspects It doesn’t get any better than this! Steve Cavanagh has done it again, pulling out all the stops to bring another …

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Books I’m planning on reading, and recommendations from authors. I got a delightful recommendation from author, Kathleen Kent who tweeted about just having read Lou Berney’s latest, NOVEMBER ROAD. Saying it was one of the best books she’d read all year. This coming from an author who’s work I’ve read and reviewed, THE DIME. I went online and ordered her recommendation, along with another by Lou, THE LONG AND FARAWAY GONE, and, of course, THIRTEEN by Steve Cavanagh, and hoping they’ll arrive before the holidays. I’m also on tenterhooks to read Kent’s follow up to THE DIME, next spring, along with Jane Harper’s THE LOST MAN and S. A. Chakraborty’s THE KINGDOM OF COPPER. And based on the enjoyment of reading THE CTY OF BRASS, I went ahead and bought THE BLOODPRINT by Ausma Zehanat Khan, which I started reading last night. 100 pages in and I am absolutely loving the story telling and characters. The set-up has a number of similarities to THE CITY OF BRASS, but is in and of itself a unique …