I was very unsure going into this novel how well I would take to it. Only because it is a type of book I normally shy away from most of the time, now don't get me wrong I love a good thriller/whodunit, John Grisham comes to mind right away, but also another of my favorite is Mary Higgins Clark, the only reason I tend to shy away from this type of novel is because it involves lawyer's, and most of the time I do not understand their lawyer language.
Noah Parks, (my favorite character) has a small, respectable law firm with a nosy, spunky law student for his Assistant. Right away Noah grabs you and pulls you right into his world as he takes you along for the journey he is about to have. One quiet morning when all seems to be going well, a gentlemen walks in to Noah's office, and proceeds to very slowly tell him that he is the legal counsel for a man Noah has never met before in his life, nor has he ever heard of this man who is now deceased. This is the start of a fast action packed story.
Very confused, and intrigued Noah agrees to be the legal counsel, thinking that this will be a simple case to handle, Noah learns very quickly this is not what he expected. When people involved start turning up dead, Noah realizes this is not going to be so simple, and the body count keeps going up.
This is one amazing novel, I love the fast paced, action packed plot, as each new character is introduced to the story, another twist and turn is also introduced, and just when you think you have the mystery all figured out, yet another twist or bit of information is given throwing you off the track. I was finding myself getting attached to the characters and by the end of the novel I did not want it to end. I love how the story flowed, and I very much like Sean Keefers writing style, very centered more so around the plot than the characters.
I really can't go into too much more detail without spoiling this wonderful book for you, so I will wrap up by saying Sean Keefers "The Trust" is an absolute must read. It totally took me by surprise in a very good way, I couldn't put it down, I was reading it everywhere, the bus, eating, I had to read and see what new twist turned up. I would love to see another book with Noah and Anna Beth's characters oh and Austin too (Noah's dog). I hope you all take my advise and grab yourself a copy of this book, you will not be sorry!!
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