Mark Gimenez is back as The Colour of Law star A. Scott Fenney takes the stand for an impossible case.
An ISIS attack on America is narrowly averted when the FBI uncovers a plot to detonate a weapon of mass destruction in Dallas, Texas, during the Super Bowl. A federal grand jury indicts 24 coconspirators, including Omar al Mustafa, a notorious and charismatic Muslim cleric known for his incendiary anti-American diatribes on YouTube and Fox News. His arrest is greeted with cheers around the world and relief at home.
The president goes on national television and proclaims, 'We won!' There is only one problem: there is no evidence against Mustafa. That problem falls to the presiding judge, newly appointed US District Judge A. Scott Fenney.
If Mustafa is innocent, Scott must set the most dangerous man in Dallas free, with no idea who is really guilty. And all with just three weeks to go before the attack is due....
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An important polemic we should heed.
quit the domestics
The reasoning is splendid, the arguments sound and controversial though some of it is irritating because of the emotional flummery that was totally unnecessary. The judge was established as a complete and good man though why we had to be faced with his sex life became an embarrassing and unnecessary diversion.
Mr Harding is THE prince of narrators. I now tend to choose books that he has narrated.
I can imagine some xenophobic listeners would find some of the arguments distasteful. They are controversial but well worth addressing as they are a very real part of the troubled world we live in. I recommend everyone to listen to this book.
- Mr Rupert Seymour
Excellent story and narration
Yes. The story and the balance of characters is brilliant.
His emphasis and timing are perfect
The perfect terrorist decoy
- Mr. P. Morris