Prime Witness - Steve Martini Reviews
Description:ISBN 0747241643 / Genre: Crime / Thriller / Author: Steve Martini / Edition: New Ed / Paperback / 512 Pages / Book is published ... more
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Steve Martini Prime Witness
The third electrifiying legal thriller from Steve Martini - fea ...
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by - written on 23/01/09 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I saw this book in a charity shop priced at a pound and as I had enjoyed a book by the author Steve Martini before I thought it was a sound investment, after reading it I found it an enjoyable read but this is the sort of book that you would want to buy from a charity shop at a low price as I would have not considered it good value for money at the full retail price. Martini has a back ground as a lawyer and so it is legal matters and crime that he tends to write about and this thriller is a fairly well crafted murder mystery however it does suffer from a couple of weak plot lines in it that mean you have to stretch your imagination to believe that the events ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/08/08, updated on 22/08/08 (Very useful, 175 readings)
Steve Martini is one of those authors who I have read, found his books reasonably enjoyable, but have then never really go hooked with a desire to read more of his work. It is not that his books are bad just that for me they rarely rise to the level which makes me want to read them again or to go out and buy more of his work. His books are crime thrillers usually with a legal angle to them and Prime Witness is no different in that respect. This book was essentially a book of two halves, I struggled in the early stages, I did not really warm to the main character in the book and I found the pace of the book a little slow, however in the second half of the book ... Read the complete review
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