It made me want to know if he would be able to pull himself back and regain his balance. The one thing I didn't really buy into was the multiple romance angles. None seemed believable, or even like much of anything.
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I could believe a bit of flirting, but everything beyond that felt flat. There were even a few times when the scene ended and I had to re-read to figure out that it was supposed to be a suggestive scene. Overall, this was an exciting read. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. A word of warning, there is some violence, but nothing too gory.
I received this book from a blog tour. Murder mystery is not my usual preference but this book was a nice surprise. I love books that have great characters. I think I have found a new favorite character in Lou Mason. He is sharp, witty, and not too full of himself.
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Lou finds himself in the middle of a murder mystery. The law firm that he has been a part of for the past three months is drenched in corruption. Lou needs to find out who murdered one of the partners before he becomes the next dead bo I received this book from a blog tour. Lou needs to find out who murdered one of the partners before he becomes the next dead body. I find it funny what sticks in my mind and helps me love a character more.
I connected to Lou over coffee. In one part of the book there is a line that says "Mason had never developed a taste for coffee and still felt like a kid when he was the only one sucking on apple juice.
Like Lou I never developed a taste for coffee. My kind of guy.
This book kept me on the edge of my seat with all the twists and turns to the plot. There were many characters on this canvas who played their roles well.
I was guessing up to the very end as to who were the good guys and who were the bad guys. The story took off from the start and never slowed down. I enjoyed reading this book and will most likely be back for more. This was a great novel that was thoughtfully done and well crafted.
Following the main character, Lou Mason, as he tries to find out who murdered his partner makes for a riveting read.
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Around every corner there seems to be an unexpected surprise and the closer Mason gets to the truth the more danger he is in evidenced by things begin blowing up around him and the dead bodies that keep appearing. At first Lou is just seeking justice and then he is trying to stay alive on this quick-witted, fast-a This was a great novel that was thoughtfully done and well crafted. At first Lou is just seeking justice and then he is trying to stay alive on this quick-witted, fast-action thriller. It's different than most in this genre as it's a wonderful blend of police procedural and law.
There's money at stake, a big name law partner has died, others may be next, and Lou decides to team up with the Sheriff to expedite things. There is no author to compare Joel Goldman to because this really was so unique and as far as one could get from a stereotypical thriller in any sub genre. And of course the two intelligent, attractive women trying to get Lou into bed just adds to the excitement. Extortion, explosions, murder, FBI, a hot sheriff and hot law partner, and sex.
It seems damn perfect to me. Jun 13, T. Joel Goldman introduces us to Lou Mason, a corporate lawyer turned reluctant detective, in Motion to Kill. Mason is thrust in to the midst of the murder investigation of a senior partner at his law firm after that partner asks him to compromise his ethics.
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The first murder leads to more murder, attempted murder, beatings, job loss, uncovered secrets, and vandalism among other things. Goldman weaves twists and turns through Motion to Kill that at times leaves the reader wondering if the book is about to end and who can be trusted.
Then he jerks, in an engaging way, the reader in another direction opening a whole new line of possibilities for the story to go.
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Goldman leaves the leader satisfied that justice is served but wanting more of Mason and Blue in Motion to Kill. My re-reads are like old friends and soft comfortable loafers; I like the status quo. But, the story line remains intact as promised. Lou Mason is still the sexy brilliant but flawed counselor who is thrown into chaos and finds order. The plot leads you to the edge like the t My advocacy of A Motion To Kill was renewed now that it is slated to become an eBook. The characters draw you in and you find yourself analyzing their motives for murder, hoping your favorite is innocent.
A Motion To Kill takes you on an odyssey to find a killer and along the way helps Lou Mason discover himself. This book was amazing. I couldn't put it down. One chapter flew into the next. Richard Sullivan was dead, probably murdered and last seen with an attractive blonde, not his wife, at a condo he owned with Victor O'Malley. Mason was defending O'Malley against criminal charges the feds were about to file. Sullivan had set up Mason as the fall guy in a scheme to get rid of evidence that had to incriminate both I received the Kindle version of "Motion to Kill" through Smashwords by author Joel Goldman.
Sullivan had set up Mason as the fall guy in a scheme to get rid of evidence that had to incriminate both Sullivan an O'Malley. And someone had just tried to kill him and make his death look like the result of his own reckless driving. This novel had a limited number of well developed characters, so the novel was very gripping. Thank you so much Joel for allowing me to read your novel.
It was amazing Excellently complex first novel with a broad cast of characters that pulled me forward and kept me going; like an onion, layers of plots and subplots are revealed and eventually pull together in a satisfying whole. A real page-turner with plenty of action and many surprising twists and turns along the way driven by the wise-cracking protagonist and a great supporting cast.
While not a courtroom novel, we s Motion to Kill by Joel Goldman review: In a rarity on my part, I read this book in one day. While not a courtroom novel, we still get a look at back-room deal-makers and the criminal types who have helped mess up the world. Another author I never heard of and discovered buy chance. Pun intended I admit I judge books by their cover, sue me I'm a graphic designer so a good cover can lead to me shelling out the coin. Grisham has made a career of legal thrillers and this author takes it to a new grittier level.
Fun stories. Oct 15, Judy Churchill rated it liked it. I had a difficult time keeping all of the characters straight.