Losing Faith

faithLosing Faith *
by Adam Mitzner *
2015 / 369 pages *
read by David Colacci *
rating:  A+  / legal thriller *

AHHHH …the year is off to a good start with an excellent legal thriller, my favorite kind of crime novel.  I’ve read Mitzner’s two prior books,  A Conflict of Interest  and  A Case of Redemption and both were solid “A”s.   Being read by David Colacci is an extra treat because I’ve followed his narration of John Lescroart’s books and imo, there’s no one better.

Nicolai Garkov, a millionaire criminal from Russian who is living in the US,  has been charged with funding terrorist activities and he wants Aaron Littman for a defense attorney.  Littman works for a very prestigious firm and really doesn’t want to do it but Garkov knows how to get him.  There’s lots of money up front but more importantly,  Garkov knows the little secrets Littman keeps.  Knows that Littman knows the judge on his case, Faith Nichols – Littman knows her very well,  too well for his Littman’s wife’s comfort. And Garkov will use this information to ruin a lot of lives if Littman and Nichols don’t do what is requested of them – get him off basically but it starts out with bail.  >>>>MORE (no spoilers)>>>> 

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