Double Tap Reviews
"The compelling plot builds to a conclusion that should surprise
even longtime fans.' - Publishers Weekly
"As usual, Madriani shines in the courtroom, and the last
surprise is unguessable. But was it really fair to make us wade
through so many red herrings and so much blather to get there?" -Kirkus.
"Martini is often guilty of overdescription--three pages of the
businesswoman handing her keys to a valet parking attendant. Still,
in this case, the plot carries the prose." - Booklist.
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Rated of 5
Chapter Nine of Double Tap
I have read most of Steve Martini's books. Legal thrillers are my favorite although I am not a lawyer. It was a dream I once had that finances never allowed to become a reality.
My favorite books are those that end up in court. I have always admired and respected those that can make it through law school and are willing to spend their careers doing criminal law and litigation.
Although Steve Martini has written many things that I remember, I think Chapter Nine of Double Tap was the best thing he ever wrote.