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    Great legal thriller

    Thank you to Simon & Schuster and NetGalley for an advance e-copy of Full Disclosure by Beverley McLachlin in exchange for an honest review. This legal thriller is written by the now-retired 17th Chief Justice of Canada, the first woman to hold this position and the longest-serving Chief Justice of Canada in history. Needless to say, there are many detailed courtroom scenes here. Full Disclosure is the story of Jilly Truitt, a criminal defense attorney in Vancouver, BC, who is hired by Vincent Trussardi who is charged with the murder of his wife Laura. The reader is a witness to the manipulation of justice by both the prosecution and the defense side of this case. There are many secondary characters and the plot is well-developed. The tension builds till the end, where several unexpected events are revealed. This is a first novel for Beverley McLachlin but I hope there will be more to come.
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    Full Disclosure

    Very well written. twists in the story right to the end! could not put it down!
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    Amazing story telling!

    Truly hope that this is only the first of many more books.
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    Good first novel from a new (albeit famous) writer

    On the whole, a book worth reading - there were some "obvious" bits of the plot and/or characterizations, but they weren't enough to spoil the overall effect of a good read. I'd certainly pick up a sequel if there were to be one ...
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    Save your time and money

    I found this to be extremely predictable, with a former judge trying to catapult off of her occupation to write a low rank book. You know at each chapter where it's going to go, and then wish you saved your time by choosing something else. I would suggest that less focus go on how pathetic she finds Native people to be in future
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