100 Books in 2012: #22

Despite working 17 hour days at camp, I managed to finish reading Sullivan’s Law by Nancy Taylor Rosenberg. It’s a legal thriller, I guess you could also deem it political since there is a bit of politics. I found it quite a bit more interesting especially because the plot revolved so much around the legal system and the main character is a parole officer working to get her law degree so she joins the two quite frequently. Essentially it is about a man accused of killing a police chief’s son and the story takes place when he is about to be released from prison. The main character is his parole officer and she begins to suspect a few different things are going on, and ends up fighting to protect her family and attempting to prove something about the man. I really liked it!


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