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Gripping to the end

The sequel to Colour Of Law is as interesting as the first book. Once you finish the first book, you immediately start looking for the next. And this sequel does not disappointment you.

books Updated: Aug 14, 2010 01:46 IST
Neha sharma

Book: Accused
Author: Mark Gimenez
Publisher: Hatchette India
Price: R295
This sequel to Colour Of Law is as interesting as the first book. Once you finish the first book, you immediately start looking for the next. And this sequel does not disappointment you.

Texan lawyer Scott Fenny is approached by his ex-wife Rebecca, when she is accused of murdering her live-in boyfriend Trey, who she left Scott for. The book is gripping, and sprinkled with social issues like class divide and racism.

At the same time, giving a glimpse into the lives of famous sportsperson and the celebrated concept of WAGs. Interestingly, Trey’s sex-addicted character draws lot of references from the Tiger Wood scandal.

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