Rich Blood Book Review
|September 1, 2022, Thomas & Mercer
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Bestselling author Robert Bailey has created a new series starring protagonist Jason Rich, a personal injury lawyer who has gotten himself into trouble and is on the verge of losing his license due to his alcoholism and hot temper in Rich Blood . He has made himself wealthy and there are billboards everywhere with his face on them. He is estranged from his sister, Jana, whose doctor husband is found murdered, but feels that he must represent her because she is family. Jana is a drug addict, and the evidence against her is overwhelming. Jason has never done a criminal defense case, and it is doubtful that he can succeed, especially since his sister is most likely guilty.
Bailey’s writing style is easy to follow, and he does an excellent job of introducing the characters and setting them up for a series. Jason has plenty of flaws, so readers can relate, but he is well-developed and likeable. Readers will want him to succeed, but the twists and turns make it seem like he is up against all odds. There are several interesting supporting characters who are also quite well-developed. Actually, the novel is hard to put down, and will keep readers on the edge.
Readers who have read Bailey’s previous books will want to pick up this one immediately. Those who are not familiar will find they are in for a good read and will become fans. This is a series that is highly recommended; the plot is well thought out, and there are plenty of surprises.
Special thanks to NetGalley for supplying a review copy of this book.
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