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on June 24, 2002
The book will hold your attention. Who is trying to frame Jack Swyteck? Who is blackmailing Gov. Harold Swyteck, Jack's father? They both think it is Eddy Gross, who Jack got free for a murder he committed. But then something happens so they know it is not Eddy. People keep ending up dead that try to help Jack and he is a suspect in each death. You will not want to put the book down. I found myself scanning pages to see what happened next and to who. I was disappointed in the action at the end. Thought it could have been done better. You find your self really pulling for Jack and his father. May make it harder t sleep for a few nights.
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on June 26, 1999
Very easy to read. One doesn't have to be a lawyer to understand this staggering novel. Chapters are very short and scenic. Characters are lovingly crafted. It's like reading a movie. "Cindy" and "Gina" represent everything polemic about friendship. The final sentence (no pun intended) of this novel justifies it's title. And that's cool.
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on July 15, 1996
This book is really intriguating. The author leads you
though the story, slightly revealing the path to truth.
Very good work on the paradox of law: the innocent condamned
and the guilty free. A good buy.
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on June 14, 2016
'The Pardon" was a gripping and fast read! Look forward to more Jack Swyteck novels.
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