Monday, January 18, 2010

Conflicts With Interest Book Review

About The Book:

T.R. Morgan, a seasoned building professional, finds himself entangled in the combined corruption of the high profile law firm that is attacking him and the insurance companies that are supposed to defend him. Still enduring the painful memories brought on by the tragic death of his wife, he soon finds out, nothing involving lawyers and insurance companies happens quickly.

Instead of resolution, T.R., unwittingly enters a world of human trafficking, drugs, and illicit sex taking place behind the scenes. And his story comes forward to an explosive climax that no one could possibly foresee, least of all T.R. himself.

About The Author:

Michael Ruddy is a graduate of the University of Denver with a degree in engineering administration. He has spent the last forty years associated with both the commercial and residential disciplines of the construction industry, which inspired many of the events of this story. Currently, he resides in Boulder, CO with his wife, five children, dog and cutting horses. While the author has been published in short-story format this is his debut novel.

My Review:

 I really enjoyed this novel. It was an easy to read, intriguing book with great plot lines that even included a little romance! Though the book was full of legal jargon, it was written in such a way that those not familiar with the legal system could understand what was being discussed. One thing that I really liked was that Conflicts With Interest incorporated the construction industry with the legal system, not a combo seen very often, but was very refreshing!

If you like legal mysteries then you will very much like Conflicts With Interest. 

I give this book a thumbs up!

BUY IT: This book releases January 30, 2010 and can be purchased through your local bookseller and 

***Thank you to Cheryl at Pump Up Your Book Promotions for sending me a complimentary copy of this book for the purpose of review****

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the great review of Michael's book. I have it in my TBR pile, and now I am eager to read it.