From the book jacket: From the hot new suspense writer
critics predict will have Grisham fans "switching their
allegiance in midstream" comes a thrilling tale of love and
murder set on the mean streets and in the sleek society haunts
of Atlanta. . . .
A volatile tale of love, betrayal, and murder shot through with tenderness and poignant humanity, The Last Goodbye is a riveting thriller with a thunderously beating heart, a masterful page-turner that probes the meaning of love and the burdens of the past.
Comment: 'Starred Review. Arvin's first legal thriller, The Will (2000), generated excellent ...
'Starred Review. Arvin's first legal thriller, The Will (2000), generated excellent reviews. His second just might kick him to a whole new level, critically and commercially. He presents love, sex, money, power, and violence in an irresistibly melancholy noir package in which redemption is the motive but hell beckons at every turn.' - Booklist.
'Jack is a highly unoriginal reworking of a dozen other down-but-not-out, reluctantly heroic lawyers who must fight the good fight. The plot also feels pieced together, which means the sum of the book's parts does not make a believable whole.' - Library Journal.
Blood at the Root
"A gripping, timely, and important examination of American racism."
- PW Starred Review
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