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Review of Justice Hunter
True to its setting, there are many allusions to the culture of Philadelphia folded into the story throughout the entire book, which adds to the consistency and interest of the story itself. One can appreciate when the setting is so perfectly constructed in a book that it must reflect the author’s own background. I appreciate when a setting and dialogue can be carried out in such a way that it almost feels as though everything in the book has happened before.
Justice Hunter appeals to those interested in political thrillers with its often politicized language and may even appeal to the reader’s philosophical side with Hunter’s realizations about the justice system and society near the end of the book. It is a thriller in the truest sense of the word as both language and story play emotions up to keep the reader engaged all the way through. The ending is just as surprising as any other point in the book just as the author teases in his description. The book is well-balanced and will leave the reader feeling exhilarated and satisfied.
Whether you’re looking for yet another legal/crime thriller or want to try it out, Justice Hunter is a fantastic representation of the subgenre that will keep you interested and engaged.
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