Monday, May 9, 2011

Review: False Witness

False Witness
by Randy Singer

False Witness is a legal thriller.  It follows Clark Shealy, bail bondsman, on a bounty hunt with the most valuable asset he could ever imagine- his wife's life.  She is being held ransom for a man who has been in hiding from the Chinese mafia.

False Witness is an engrossing read, there are many twists and turns for the Shealys and the other characters in the story.  It keeps the reader wondering what will happen next and on the edge of their seats.  I really enjoyed Mr. Singer's style of writing and the fact it was not a  predictable storyline, right up to the end. I give a hearty recommendation for this book.

False Witness also brings out a serious issue in our modern times, the plight of the Dalits in India.  The Dalit Freedom Network is working hard to bring justice to these precious people and their plight.  Mr. Singer is sending every dollar from royalties from False Witness to the Dalit Freedom Network.  False Witness points to how helpful education is for the Dalits and what we can do to help. 

Randy Singer is a trial lawyer, as well as author, I think that fact gives enriching details and authenticity to the story.  Mr. Singer has authored another book, Directed Verdict,that I plan on looking into in the near future.

I was provided a free copy of this book for the purposes of review, the opinions expressed are my own.

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