Title: Rule of Law
Author: Randy Singer
My rating 5+ out of 5 stars.
For Randy Singer, this story is his best ever in my opinion! I really enjoy legal thrillers and suspense type tales and what adds an extra boost to this book is how it also involves politics, the military and much more! The book may look daunting because of the number of pages; however, the action happens so fast you’ll be hard pressed to turn the pages quick enough!
The question as well as others that propels the tale is did the U.S. President send in the military fully knowing it was going to cost each serviceman their life? Did a couple of the key cabinet members or intelligence community keep information from the President that she needed to know? Once Paige, a girlfriend of one of the young men and a Kristen now a widow receive information from someone calling themselves the Patriot, Paige, who is a young lawyer, is burning with more questions than answers.
The material that the Patriot feeds Paige continues to stir questions for her, as well as what Kristen receives and turns over to her lawyer. Can a couple of lawyers go up against the establishment to bring into the light any wrong doing? Is Paige ready to perhaps argue her first case ever before the Supreme Court without reprisals from those she points a finger at along with Kristen’s lawyer?
The story is like reading the news on the front page of a newspaper or social media posts. It takes one’s breath away to see that no one including those who are in Washington and are to be serving the people who sent them to office are above the law. On top of that, readers will become enamored with the bravery of our servicemen and women who give their all to uphold the Constitution of the United States of America. For me, this was a long wait since Randy’s last work of fiction, but is was so worth it! This is an over-the-top, well-written and exciting book I hope many read and share with others!
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