“I read and enjoyed Jack Cashman’s previous book, An Irish Immigrant’s Story, so I was curious to see how he would approach a 1970s period legal and assassin story. I found it pretty enjoyable. The writing is in a different style than I’m used to, with less detail and description. A few minor grammar errors were evident and I found some of the dialogue a little stilted for my taste.
Despite that, I legitimately stayed up late to finish the book. I cared about the characters and their outcomes. The plot moved forward quickly and came to a satisfying conclusion. There were a few times where another writer might have been tempted to add unnecessary drama, but Jack Cashman was more restrained and I appreciate that.”