An Equal Justice

An Equal Justice

Inside a prestigious law firm, a rookie lawyer is pulled into a dark maze of lies and violence.

An ambitious Stanford graduate, David Adams has begun a fast-track career at Austin’s most prestigious law firm. It’s a personal victory for the rising superstar—a satisfying reversal from his impoverished and despairing childhood. Now he has the life he’s always wanted: an extravagant salary, a high-rise condo, a luxury SUV, and no limit to how far he can go in the eyes of the top partners.

But after the shocking suicide of a fellow associate—one who, in his final hours, offered David an ominous warning—he feels the pull of powerful forces behind the corporation’s enviable trappings. The suicide leads unexpectedly to David’s discovery of a secret enclave of the city’s homeless, where he can’t help but feel an affinity to these outcast souls. Nor can he ignore the feeling that they hold the key to the truth behind a dark conspiracy.

When one of his new street friends is murdered, David’s clear doubts about his employer start shifting into a dark reality. Now torn between two worlds, David must surrender all that he’s achieved to fight for a larger cause of justice—and become his firm’s most dangerous acquisition.

Title:An Equal Justice
Edition Language:English
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    An Equal Justice Reviews

  • Kathi Defranc

    What an inspiring book! Yes it is about a lawyer, new to a high-powered firm, just starting his journey when he meets some folks who live on the street. There are murders. crime and plenty of back-st...

  • Laura Rash

    This one kind of reminded me of Grisham’s The Firm but with a different ethical level with homelessness. A quick and thoughtful read. ...

  • Ashley Lewis

    Meh... 2.5/5 starsThis book was short. I wanted more. I wanted the story to be more flushed out and detailed. I wanted the characters to have more depth and know more about their background and why th...

  • Barbara

    I like my crime/mystery books with a bit more meat on their bones than this one. At only about 200 pages, I flew through it in a couple of hours. David Adams is the poor-boy-made-good young hotshot la...

  • Cathy Ryan

    This is a case of if it looks too good to be true, it probably is. From a poor background, newly qualified attorney David Adams has been recruited as an associate at Hunter & Kellerman, the most disti...

  • Bonnye Reed

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  • Jan Brattain

    Received this as a free Amazon First reads book. I chose it because of the positive reviews it had. Maybe the reviews were written by the authors friends, I found it to be a poor imitation of a John G...

  • Sandy Foote

    Page TurnerHe grabs you from the first page, you’ll be hooked. David is an awesome character a real life good guy. Actually all the characters are so well written it pulls you into the story you fee...

  • Paul Cantwell

    This book was so good. I read it in 24 hours because I couldn’t put it down. Definitely keeps you on the edge of your seat, wondering what is going to happen next. I highly recommend reading it - yo...

  • Darcia Helle

    An Equal Justice is like the perfect recipe with all the right ingredients, but then the chef forgets to add the spices.The story starts with several unconnected narrating characters whose stories eve...