Under Color of Law

Under Color of Law Sylvie Fox writing as Aime Austin presents this Casey Cort legal thriller Losing the most high profile case of her career ironically made Casey Cort a winner Well heeled clients now knock on her door

  • Title: Under Color of Law
  • Author: Sylvie Fox Aime Austin
  • ISBN: 9781940811093
  • Page: 445
  • Format: Paperback
  • Sylvie Fox writing as Aime Austin presents this Casey Cort legal thriller.Losing the most high profile case of her career ironically made Casey Cort a winner Well heeled clients now knock on her door, and Tom Brody, her rich ex boyfriend, wants her back But entry into the upper echelon comes at a price.The newest assistant United States attorney, Miles Siegel, has set hiSylvie Fox writing as Aime Austin presents this Casey Cort legal thriller.Losing the most high profile case of her career ironically made Casey Cort a winner Well heeled clients now knock on her door, and Tom Brody, her rich ex boyfriend, wants her back But entry into the upper echelon comes at a price.The newest assistant United States attorney, Miles Siegel, has set his sights on nailing a public figure he believes to be corrupt Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court Judge Eamon Brody But Brody s brothers, one the presiding judge of the county, the other the state attorney general, aren t about to let that happen.When Casey gets retained by single mom Claire Henshaw, to wrest custody from her son s irresponsible father, Casey handles her first case before the controversial judge and learns something that will force her to make the hardest decision of her life In this continuation of the Casey Cort series, Aime Austin a former trial lawyer in Cleveland weaves a tale that blends the best of today s top legal thrillers with the heart and soul of women s fiction, in a story ripped from real world headlines.

    One thought on “Under Color of Law”

    1. Just okay read.Bought this book because authors were female. Written in the first person, jumps from female character to male character, confused me. Corrupt judge in family court, taking advantage of desperate mothers. Powerful rich family doing everything to cover up. Don't recommend this book.

    2. A special thank you to Penner Media and NetGalley for the opportunity to read this exciting series, with an ARC in exchange for an honest review. Top 50 Books of 2015 "Best Witty Suspense Legal Crime Political Series."SCORE . . . Sylvie Fox, rocks!UNDER COLOR OF LAW, (Casey Cort series #2), Fox returns for the second installment delivering a TOP SHELFscandalous, witty, highly charged, suspense crime legal thriller series. In a perfect book world, this is my favorite genre"PLEASE DO NOT STOP WRIT [...]

    3. Thank you to Netgalley and the publisher for an opportunity to read an advance copy of Under Color of Law. I was happily surprised at how much I enjoyed reading this book. I must admit that I had a bit of "buyer's remorse" after requesting this this book, wondering if I really wanted to add it to my "to read" list. But it kept my attention and Fox does a really good job developing a good story that raises some important social issues about power and corruption. It's the story of Casey -- a young [...]

    4. Nice book and concept but needs work.This was my first book of Sylvie Fox's. I think if I had read book one of this series first, I don't think I would have been so confused in the beginning of this book.The different views she adopts with the characters do lend to some of the confusion. However, once you get to know the characters they are intriguing and this style of writing is necessary to complete the whole picture of the book. There were times when I found myself feeling like I had missed a [...]

    5. This book shows how some people abuse their power over others in the court system. It shows a human side to lawyers, and what some have to go through to try and help their client. You have mothers that will do anything they can to keep their children out of the foster system, and that's where the abuse of power comes in. I liked this story. The book goes from one character to another and it does get confusing at times.

    6. I was given this audio book to give an honest review. I tried hard to like this book but it is just not for me. The narrator was OK not outstanding but it was the writing style that just disappointed me.

    7. I really tried to like this book, but I simply couldn't get into it at all. The author's writing style just isn't for me.

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