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Ann Monroe is a highly principled attorney who chooses her cases very carefully. She becomes a target of hate groups who want her not to represent a particular client. Whatever it takes she will not cave into their demands. Another case is of a student who cannot graduate from high school because the administration has a strict no tolerance policy which is interesting because the student saved a classmate’s life when she had an allergic reaction to something she had eaten. The school’s punishment policy is just too strict for the situation. “Final Justice” is a fast paced story that says a lot abut the legal system.
“Razor’s Edge: opens with a murder in Orlando, a medical examiner like Quincy is brought in to help solve a series of grisly murders. The author began with a great premise but clearly did not do very much research into the Central Florida area when he has Seminole Indians in modern day Altamonte Springs. He also has other nonsense that detracts from the story. “Razor’s Edge” could have been a much better novel if the author had done his homework