Review: The Color of Law

Editorial Review - - Stuart Shiffman

You sense danger on the dedication page of THE COLOR OF LAW, Mark Gimenez's debut legal thriller. One of those honored is Harper Lee, the recluse author of TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, whose great novel, Gimenez notes, "inspired me to become a lawyer and to write this story." Your sense of foreboding increases with countless references to the Harper Lee novel in the early pages of THE COLOR OF LAW. But ... Read full review

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User Review  - JenniferRobb - LibraryThing

Reminiscent of Grisham for me. I see others say it reminded them of Perry Mason, but I've only read a couple Perry Mason books. I guess the ending where the PI comes up with the evidence reminds me a ... Read full review

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Great Read
I thought it was a great read and I particularly like legal thrillers and it filled the bill. I thought his comments on the legal system , Dallas, and politics were really on target. I read a couple of books a week and this is marked as a favorite.

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