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Mass Market Paperback The Big Law Book

ISBN: 0061096873

ISBN13: 9780061096877

The Big Law

(Book #2 in the Phil Broker Series)

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When former cop Phil Broker's naive ex-wife, Caren, blows the whistle on her feckless second husband, Keith Angland, a St. Paul cop making a cool $2 million moonlighting for the Chicago mob, she... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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5 ratings

Chuck Logan does it again!!

I can't believe this book sat on my shelf for over a year and I didn't read it. I finished it in one day! Once again, Chuck Logan immerses the reader in the world of his protagonist,in this case, Phil Broker. Hopefully we'll see more of Broker in future books. This is a great read and the "daddy" scenes are winners. The reviewer who says Broker doesn't care about his wife and child didn't read this book very carefully. What about the last sentence????? Maybe one has to understand about "compartments" to understand Phil Broker.

Well-written !

You'll stay up to finish this one! A page-turner thriller with multi-dimensional characters and great plot twists.

Walter Mitty - stop dreaming

A colorless reporter tries to make his dreams come true. And he almost succeeds. Fabulous plotting, always new angles, never a dull moment. Tightly written. Interesting characters.This is the way mysteries should be written.

Fantastic!! Once read, twice hooked.

C.L. is the better version of almost all of the authors who're trying to get the grip of the genre of mystery and thriller. Fantastic, C.L., you did it again, although this one is not as intensive as 'The Price of Blood,' but it's already good enough for me to give you a HIGH 5, again. Keep it coming, man, but please don't rush it okay?

Cleverly plotted and an offbeat thriller

Chuck Logan can write!! I have read all three of his thrillers and he is getting better with each outing. His characters have depth and, in this case, the reporter turned killer is one of the more interesting characters I have come across in some time. The idea of a "good guy" trying to get at someone in the federal witness program is a real turnabout. One thing I did get tired of (I guess I feel it has no place in a thriller even though I realize that the hero has to be shown as a "Mr Mom" rounded person)was the child. Reading endlessly about baby poop and pablum all over the place is a turnoff in a thriller. Is it possible that the author is a late life recent father??Just wondering!!
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