Wow, some really awesome surprises in this book! Just when I thought, "Oh yeah, ____ did it!" I found out I was wrong and was right back to WTF? again. LOL...seriously, this one had me really thinking and trying to figure it out. I honestly can't say anything more without spoiling it for the next reader, so I'm gonna just say it was a great Who Done It book and be done with it.
An interesting story with some great twists, but I did not think it was as well-crafted as the other Stuart Woods stories I have read. Even though this is the first book in the Ed Eagle series, Wolf Willett (the client) plays a bigger role than Ed Eagle.
this is okay, however, it is written like a 14 yr old could read it. The characters are just 'too' polite and 'too' nice and almost just gushy sounding. The story is okay but it isn't exactly thrilling or suspenseful but it is an easy read for the beach or a rainy day. This new character is meant to sound like he is one tough lawyer but it just doesn't come off that way.
Daniel H. reviewed Santa Fe Rules (Ed Eagle, Bk 1) on
WE have been in Florida for two months and will be heading home soon. It took awhile for the book to catch up with me but I finally received and enjoyed it very much. Stuart Woods is good, but not as good as Lee Child and other authors.