The Bomb Maker's Son Review

The Bomb Maker's Son Review
Parker Stern was a child star by the name of Parky Gerald, who was now a forty-year-old attorney. He was able to keep his past a secret for twenty-five years before people found out and started hounding him for autographs.

When he was young, his mother, Harriet, was the quintessential stage mother as well as a promiscuous drug addict, and Parker wanted nothing to do with her.

Known as the Playa Delta Bomber, Ian Hazner was on the run accused of planting a bomb that killed four people in 1975. On the verge of arrest, he wanted Parker Stern to represent him in his upcoming trial.

Although Parker refused, his mother talked him into changing his mind against his better judgement. When a bomb exploded, the increase in violent acts caused Parker to wonder if his client was behind the chaos.

When Parker’s estranged father showed up on his doorstep, Parker knew he had to make a difficult decision.

The Bomb Maker’s Son by Robert Rotstein is the third in the highly regarded Parker Stern novel series following Corrupt Practices and Reckless Disregard. The author is an entertainment attorney who lives in Los Angeles, California.

The author created a complex hero who wants nothing more than to continue his life as an attorney without getting entangled with his parents who he dismissed many years ago.

His former girlfriend, and former law student, has a young son. She and Parker broke up and he wants her back. Now they are working together on the case.

This is a powerful story of a family dealing with pain, chaos, betrayal, lies, and death. The unexpected ending is a tear-jerker; readers may struggle to let go of after the story ends.

If you are interested in picking up The Bomb Maker's Son: A Parker Stern Novel, it is available at Amazon.com.

A special thank you goes to Seventh Street Books for providing a complimentary copy of this novel for our review.




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