The last gasp in this series. Paul has ticked off enough powerful people that it has affected his career. Deals with the trial of a traitor selling secrets to the SASAL's and Paul's part in uncovering evidence. The ending with Jenn and his upcoming change just feels like a whimper.
I think Hemry had gotten all the mileage that he could out of Paul Sinclair. Which is too bad, because there certainly is potential, just not in the format Hemry used. Repeating all the legal stuff, in every book, gets real old.