Book Review: The Color of Law, Mark Gimenez

20141118-204458.jpgThis is the first novel by Gimenez and starts the story of Scott Fenney, continued in Accused. It’s worth reading them in the correct order, but it was still a great journey even knowing the outcome.

I found the passage where Scott Fenney’s life as a hotshot lawyer is slowly dismantled particularly vivid. The daughter of his client, Pajamae, is refreshing in that she doesn’t wallow in her misfortune, instead bringing her street smarts and common sense to this high-flying Dallas familiy.


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  1. Pingback: Book Review: The Absence of Guilt, Mark Gimenez | musingstudio

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