Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich Book 4)

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  • Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich Book 4)
  • Ken Malovos
  • 13 May 2017

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      Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich Book 4)
This is a legal mystery of murder and vengeance A retired judge, Robert Tilson, has been murdered in his office at night At first, the police look for a prior client or someone who had appeared before the judge, who is now a private mediator and arbitrator They interview some suspects, but the police are stumped and they have no real clues The judge s daughter, Kathy Lamb, refuses to accept this state of affairs and begins to search for the killer on her own She meets with several possible suspects.Meanwhile, Judge Robert Hansen has been shunned by the other judges after he was tried for murder and the jury was unable to reach a verdict The case involved the murder of a woman who had been blackmailing Judge Hansen over an incident that occurred thirty years ago The police turn their attention to the woman s husband Mike Zorich is on the job to find who killed Judge Tilson and who killed the woman that Judge Hansen was charged with killing Mike is at the center of some sensational trials Along with Kathy Lamb s help, Mike finally gets tot he bottom of things but not before a killer strikes again. Download Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich Book 4) By Ken Malovos – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ Sweet Justice (Mike Zorich Book 4)

  1. Cheryl says:

    The prior novel was the first one that I had read in this series I instantly enjoyed that book Mike really stood out to me While, I still liked him in this book the rest of the characters fell flat for me Thus, sadly, Mike was not able to hold the whole story for me What happens when I don t have such a strong connection with the characters is th...

  2. Curt Lehmen says:

    This was a good book, but I had a few difficulties with it Partly because I wonder if since I haven t read the previous ones in the series that there are pertinent facts or nuanced situations that I am missing out on even though the author describes in detail the previous ties and connections, feels like something you might need to experience firsthand to really understand properly I do think the main characters were written well enough I had a decent sense of Mike Zorich, Judge Hanson and This was a good book, but I had a few difficulties with it Partly because I wonder if since I haven t read the previous ones in the series that there are pertinent facts or nuanced situations ...

  3. Sammi Ryan says:

    I have been so pleasantly surprised by these legal thriller novels by Ken Malovos Even though its been awhile since I d read the first two books in the Mike Zorich Series, Fatal Reunion in 2016 and One Night in Amboise in 2017, I was quickly reminded why I am such a fan of his work His storytelling is energetically passionate and descriptive, and you are pulled into his world right away Gets right to the action the crime in the opening paragraph, and the language and actions of everyone inv I have been so pleasantly surprised by these legal t...

  4. Nikki says:

    first off, I finished Sweet Justice by Ken Malovos within hours of getting my hands on it I tried not to rush it too much, but the struggle between wanting to know what happens next but not wanting to finish because then it would be over was real for me Everything just flowed, even in the midst of the most intense conflicts, or shifting from one character s subplot to another Altho...

  5. Danielle Hudson says:

    I ended up liking this muchthan I thought I would I didn t like the beginning because it was not as impactful as it should have been, and then the character s reactions didn t feel that believable to me I noticed a lot of places where the wording and punctuation was off, and sometimes it confused me I did appreciate, however, that we are given enough background information to dive in cold on book 4 in a series that includes prior events and are able to seamlessly fall into the sto I ended up liking this muchthan I thought I would I didn t like the beginning because it was not as impactful as it should have been, and then the character s reactions didn t feel that believable to me I noti...

  6. Gillian says:

    like with his other books, Ken Malovos tackles the tropes of the crime legal thriller genre that are recognizable, yet still original and are filtered through his own unique imagination and real life experience as a trial lawyer I have found that many series start off with a good, intriguing first book that hook us as readers, but afterwards it goes a little downhill in terms of developing the characters further not having them stay exactly the same the whole time as well as incorporating in like with his other books, Ken Malovos tackles the tropes of the crime legal thriller genre that are recognizable, yet still original and are filtered through his own unique imagination and real life experience as a trial lawyer I have found that many series start off with a good, intriguing ...

  7. Jerry says:

    This is Malovos s fourth novel, all featuring trial attorney Mike Zorich Like each of his novels, it is a combination of legal mystery and thriller, with riveting trial scenes, certainly due in part to Malovos s decades of trial experience I love all four novels, but his third One Night In Amboise and this one are his best to date in my opinion One Night In Amboise raises thought provoking moral issues centering around Judge Hansen, which give the novel a depth rarely found in legal thrille This is Malovos s fourth novel, all featuring trial attorney Mike Zorich Like each of his novels, it is a combination of legal mystery and thriller, with riveting trial scenes, certainly due in part to Malovos s decad...

  8. Christy Lee says:

    it s a little hard for me to accurately convey not only how I felt about this book or describing it because SO MUCH HAPPENS I wouldn t even know where to start, or discuss without revealing spoilers or giving away key points The characters weren t perfect, but my goodness they were so human and believable and brilliant and ...

  9. Bella J. says:

    Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end Sigh I always hate when I get so into a book that I read and finish it really fast and wish there was another after it but there s not hint hint, Mr MalovosIt s not like this ends on a cliffhanger in fact all the characters storylines tie up very nicely, but still bittersweet It s been an interesting ride with Zorich and Hanson and the others in the...

  10. Cara says:

    Here is what I liked or even loved about Sweet Justice Ken Malovos s writing is detailed and energetic and just demands your attention in every scene even if it s not a life and death moment, we are just held captive by the intensity as well as the unpredictability of who will do what He doesn t waste time with nuance or metaphor or purple prose or scenes that completely defy belief It is straightforward and right to the action, and everything that happens, whether it s the characters Here is what I liked or even loved about Sweet Justice Ken Malovos s writing is detailed and energetic and just demands your attention in every scene even if it s not a life and death moment, we are just held captive by the intensity as well as the unpredictability of who will do what He doesn t waste time with nuance or metaphor or purple prose or scenes that completely defy belief It is straightforward and right to the action, and everything that happens, whether it ...