The Whole Truth by James Scott Bell

Steven Conroy is a struggling, dysfunctional attorney in L.A. He’s given the opportunity to dig himself out of a financial hole when he’s asked to represent a religious group. In desperate need of the hefty retainer, he agrees to represent this new client.

This new client comes with some heavy secrets that come out little by little. As the truth begins to come out, Steve Conroy is faced with tough decisions that could lead to his death. A recovering addict, he wants for once in his life, to make the right choices.

This is James Scott Bell’s best book. I’m a fan of his writing, but he’s really outdone himself with The Whole Truth. The suspense is chilling – don’t be surprised if you find it almost impossible to put down. The main character, Steven Conroy, is guy you just have to love. He’s broken, desperate, and hilariously witty. I found myself cheering for him, wanting so badly for him to come out standing. I really hope there’s another Steve Conroy novel in the future.

1 comment:

Rel said...

Hi Dawn,

Hope you are doing well :) I must pull this one out of my TBR!