Savannah Law

May 23, 2017 - Comment

Brief Synopsis: Jennifer Stone graduates from Savannah College of Art and Design and in an unusual career change, enrolls in Savannah College of Law (Savannah Law). A young professor’s obsession with her and a politically-charged, media-frenzy criminal trial that pits the nation s most successful criminal trial lawyer against Savannah prosecutors provide the backdrop for

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Brief Synopsis: Jennifer Stone graduates from Savannah College of Art and Design and in an unusual career change, enrolls in Savannah College of Law (Savannah Law). A young professor’s obsession with her and a politically-charged, media-frenzy criminal trial that pits the nation s most successful criminal trial lawyer against Savannah prosecutors provide the backdrop for Savannah Law. The intense drama both inside and outside the courtroom builds to an unexpected climax in an unforgettable final chapter. Savannah Law is filled with colorful, yet believable, characters, including a few cantankerous law professors who demonstrate their vanity and eccentricities at the weekly faculty meetings. You will find pure reading enjoyment as the students, professors, and trial attorneys come alive in beautiful, historic Savannah. If you love Savannah, the city, you will love Savannah Law, the novel.

Comments

Patricia says:

Good but not great thriller This is a good book with some thoroughly enjoyable plot twists. The author has chosen several themes to work in parallel (love story, trial story, threat to female protagonist). He follows through on all three, but leaves a bit too much breather between plot elements. The love story, between law student protagonists Scott and Jennifer is a bit flat but Scott’s trial performance and Jennifer’s perils work well although we are allowed to come up for air before switching themes. A bit tighter…

Diana McCullough says:

Better than a Movie! Savannah Law was fast-paced with believable characters that were quite likable or easy to loathe! The college setting was fun & stimulating. I’ve already recommended this novel to my mom & I know that patrons of my library would enjoy reading it, too! 😊

philippa metschnabel says:

An amurtish first try and surprised that editors did not catch the poor dialogue and rookie story Very poorly written. An amurtish first try and surprised that editors did not catch the poor dialogue and rookie story. However the second story shows promise as it is better written and would appear to be slightly better edited. I would say the first story is mainly the fault of both the writter and the editor.

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