Yesterday we (Jeff, Susie, Hunter, Tim and I) went to the Wooden Boat Show on Lake Coeur d'Alene. Here's a few pictures. It was a very windy day! Those with little hair fared better on the pictures than those of us that have much hair!
This time a mystery thriller called "SUPREME JUSTICE" by Philip Margolin. It's a sequel to "Executive Privilege."
The first thing I liked about the book is that it is not graphic. No sex scenes and no creepy serial killer with horrible details about bodies. It's packed with action.
The book has gotten some mediocre ratings, but I feel that with any mystery thriller book you have to suspend some belief and just go with the book. Everything can't be completely 100% realistic.
The characters are believable, but not too well-rounded. The book is more about plot and action. Many characters are introduced, to the point where the main character, Brad Miller, almost doesn't seem like the main character. I didn't get lost, though, listening to it.
The action kept me going throughout the book. Sometimes (I listen to books instead of reading them) about half-way through I feel like skipping to the last 10 minutes because the author has lost my interest. Margolin keeps the plot going almost until the end. A disappointment in one detail at the end annoyed me where he leaves you hanging. All the other details were sewn up, though.
Brad Miller is a clerk to a Supreme Court Justice. I liked the setting of the Supreme Court and what goes on there. There are two or three plots going on at the same time and you will want to keep reading to find out how they tie together.