Losing Faith

Disclosure:  I received samples to facilitate my review.  This is my honest opinion only.  You may have a different outcome/opinion.

Losing Faith
  Written by Adam Mitzner
  Hardcover, 368 Pages
  Fiction, April 2015
  $26

Synopsis:
Aaron Littman is the premier lawyer of his generation and the chairman of Cromwell Altman, the most powerful law firm in New York City, when a high-profile new client threatens all that he’s achieved - and more.

Nicolai Garkov is currently the most reviled figure in America, accused of laundering funds for the Russian Mafia and financing a terrorist bombing in Red Square that killed twenty-six people, including three American students.

Garkov is completely unrepentant, admitting his guilt to Aaron, but with a plan for exoneration that includes blackmailing the presiding judge, the Honorable Faith Nichols.

If the judge won’t do his bidding, Garkov promises to go public with irrefutable evidence of an affair between Aaron and Faith - the consequences of which would not only destroy their reputations but quite possibly end their careers.

Garkov has made his move. Now it’s Aaron and Faith’s turn. And in an ever-shocking psychological game of power, ethics, lies, and justice, they could never have predicted where those moves will take them - or what they are prepared to do to protect the truth.

Adam Mitzner a lawyer by day, is also the author of A Case of Redemption and A Conflict of Interest.  He lives in New York City with his wife and children.

My Thoughts
This was a good story, but all the legal jargon threw me off more than once.  You can definitely tell the author is a lawyer!  The main character is accused of murder and tries to prove he is innocent.  A good mystery ensues, that had me guessing for a while.  I Rated This Book:  3/5 Stars ***


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