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Reviewed by Christopher Anderson for Readers' Favorite
In Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue, Jules Mermelstein takes you into a world of espionage and conspiracy where Alan Crosby, a well-liked, upstanding, successful, and wealthy financial investor, living in a suburb of Philadelphia, is accused of murdering his wife Deidre. He hires a lawyer, Joshua Frankel, who has a reputation for pursuing justice. Alan tells his story about his connection with an undercover government agency; he believes they have murdered his wife and are now framing him for it. Joshua believes Alan’s story but some of his team doubt how plausible his story is and think that he is using his great wealth and conspiracy theories to gain his freedom. The story moves briskly as different pieces of evidence and witness statements are gathered to make a case for the defense and prosecution alike. But will true justice be achieved?
Jules Mermelstein writes in a way that entices you to read more. His book is filled with different twists and turns as the plot is meticulously and cleverly developed. The author makes its intention plain to see; the finding of truth. A well thought out and executed story with insight into the dark and mysterious world of government agencies and their use of different tactics. When it comes to conspiracy theories, it is not beyond the realms of possibility and this makes the story very believable. The author introduces new characters in a way that you get to know them and their background very well and how they are connected to each other within the plot. His explanation of court proceedings makes you feel part of that process and doesn’t leave you feeling ignorant. You always know what is going on even though many of us are unfamiliar with court proceedings. Justice, Justice Shall You Pursue is a well-written book that I enjoyed very much and I am looking forward to the next book in the series.