Some critics are calling the Texas-based lawyer Mark Gimenez 'the next Grisham'-but I think that's far less than fair. This, his fifth novel and the second featuring attorney A. Scott Fenney, shows he's now better than the one-time master of the American courtroom drama . . . This is one of the best legal thrillers since Scott Turow's Presumed Innocent in 1987 . . . Superb.
Gimenez's latest novel Accused is classic Grisham at his best.
A great read. . . . Gimenez is a thriller writer of quality.
Offers the reader everything they could want from a thriller, and is a very satisfying read.
Unputdownable for those who love the genre.
A gripping read with unexpected twists that ranks with anything Grisham has done in years.
Gimenez writes smart vernacular dialogue, hip and street-wise, with a nice line in social commentary, and his plotting leaves the over-rated John Grisham in his rear-vision mirror.
Brilliant writing, masterful plot and all the thrill of the courtroom in one. Grisham, step aside.
If you enjoy suspense and a fast-paced courtroom drama, this one's for you.