Wednesday, 4 October 2017

 Unlawful Justice by Vish Dhamija | Book Review


Summary:


Baby, the sixteen-year-old daughter of the Diwan family's household help, has been raped and brutalized. Vansh Diwan, a criminal lawyer, finds himself torn between a shot at justice for the girl and a very powerful client. He cannot bring himself to proceed at the risk of all that he has secured for his family. His wife Priti, distraught and devastated at her husband's decision, turns to an old friend for help. Akash Hingorani, top criminal lawyer and best friend to Priti and Vansh, must step up. He is Baby's last chance. But things quickly unravel as Akash's probe into the rape suddenly turns into a murder investigation. A powerful legal thriller that moves breathlessly from crime scene to courtroom to homes to lay bare the difference between law and justice.


Author:

Vish Dhamija

Publisher:

Harper Collins

Release date:

September 10th 2017

No. of Pages:

Paperback, 296 Pages


At first I didn't think the story line would be interesting enough but changed my opinion as I progressed.  The plot twists are worth the time reading it. Some I predicted and some that blew me away. The characters are authentic and engaging, and he masterfully weaves everything and everyone together into a fun and gripping story. The story line is completely believable and you love some of the characters and hate others.

I found myself wanting to quickly turn the pages so I could see how it all turned. There are enough elements in the plot to just keep you wanting to know what in the world is going to happen next. I really enjoyed this book even though there was one or two spots that were slow moving, but not for long.

 I received a review copy of the book from Writersmelon in exchange for an honest and unbiased review.

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