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While Justice Sleeps

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This is a very good legal/political thriller, up there with Grisham. 
When Justice Wynn slips into a coma he has left instructions that if anything were to happen to him he gives power of attorney and legal guardianship to his law clerk, Avery Keene. Avery soon discovers that Wynn was involved in something dangerous that will ultimately put her in harms way. With her love for chess, Wynn has left Avery clues to uncover secrets that go all the way to the White House.
It’s a masterfully piece of storytelling, authentic and gritty with a tenacious female heroine at the helm. 
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Thanks to Netgalley for an e-ARC of this novel, which I received in exchange for an honest review.

I had trouble downloading this eb00k from Netgalley so purchased my own copy when it came out. This was a thriller that for the most part, I enjoyed. This was a legal thriller with many twists and turns. I think it is far more suited to an American audience who understands the justice system in the US. I found myself lost at times with the legalese, but it still kept me engrossed until the end.

I did enjoy Avery and Justice Wynn, but other secondary characters weren't as engaging which made the text dry at times.

I recommend this book if you are into US legal and political thrillers.
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