2015 · Book review

Break in to Murder by Paul Moore

Publish Date: April 6th 2015

Description: Victoria Bell feels very much at home in a court of law but when an underworld boss is killed is it murder? Two warring families want justice but will they get it?

*Thank you to TBC and Paul Moore for giving me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review*

My thoughts: This is the first book I’ve read by this author and also the first courtroom drama too.

Break in to Murder is a nice paced book and although it’s a courtroom drama its not filled with all your legal mumbo jumbo, it’s easy to understand. The characters and settings are well described with makes it easy to visualise what’s going on.

This isn’t a long book with roughly 3 hours reading time but it was just perfect for me, there’s twists and turns in the story that made me just want to keep reading. Over all this is an enjoyable book and I’d recommend it to anyone who likes courtroom dramas that aren’t over dramatized and full of legal jargon.

An enjoyable read.

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