This book is about ‘Defect Litigation’. A homeowner can sue the homebuilder if the house has a flaw in it. The homebuilder in this case is T.R. Morgan and his son Ryan Morgan. T.R. is mourning his wife’s death and has developed a gambling addiction, or so the back of the book tells us, it is never really explored in the book. Enter Steve Sanderson, “a ruthless Bay Area lawyer” (from the back of the book) to sue T.R. Morgan for an imperfectly built house.

So we have the ‘good guy’ T.R. Morgan, and we have the ‘greedy lawyer’ Sanderson, who has an equally greedy associate whose main attributes seem to be her breasts and her ability to procure illegal aliens for Sanderson’s ranch. We also have a bunch of people from the insurance companies, T.R.’s new girl friend and so on.

Unfortunately, there was no character development. The plot moves along at the speed of a court case, if you’ve ever been involved in a court case you know what that is. The ending is not the explosive climax the back of the book promises us.

I gave this book 2 stars and do not recommend it.
Advance Reader Copy

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  1. Thanks for reviewing Michael's book. We really appreciate the time and care you take with your reviews. What makes your reviews so valuable is your willingness to say exactly what you believe. Thanks again.