Dead Lawyers Tell No Tails Review

When I saw Dead Lawyers Tell No Tails by Randy Singer was up for review I was excited to read it.  I had heard of Randy singer before and I've been wanting to read one of his books.  I like the law mystery/suspense novels that I've read in the past, and I liked the idea of reading one from a  Christian author.

The book start out with Landon Reed getting out of jail after serving time for a point-shaving scheme he was a part of while playing college football.  He is changed in prison, and decides to go to law school.  No now will hire him until a criminal defense lawyer, Harry Mcnaughten, decides to give him a chance.  But then lawyers at the firm start dying, and Landon has to dig deep to fin out what exactly is going on inside his new firm.

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You can watch the book trailer here, and if you'd like to check out the book before you buy, you can read Chapter One here!

I really enjoyed this book!  One of the reviews on the cover says Singer's books are "every bit as good as John Grisham", and I have to concur.  The book was easy to read and kept me wanting to find out what would happen, and the ending was exciting and satisfying.  

It was also clean, which is what I would expect from a Christian author, but I appreciated that because some of the law fiction that I've read in the past hasn't been.  Christianity wasn't the main focus of the book, but it was weaved into the story naturally, and I liked that.  I'm thinking I want to look into getting more of Randy Singer's books now, and I'm excited that I found a good new author!

If you are interested in learning more about Singer and his books, you can read an interview with Singer here, and you can also check out his website, as well as this author video.  I was interested to learn from the interview that Singer is also a lawyer himself, and a pastor, which is an interesting combination!

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I'd definitely recommend checking out this book (or his other books too, I know I'm going to be checking into his other books).  I think this would be a great vacation read!

Note: I received this book for free from Tyndale in exchange for this review.  This is my honest opinion.
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Melanie said...

Good to know..hadn't ever heard of this author before!

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