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Reviewed by Sherri Fulmer Moorer for Readers' Favorite
Former Assistant District Attorney Miranda Quinn is finally getting her life back together. The legal advice blog-turned-podcast that she started after being fired from her job is scheduled to become a daytime TV show, and she’s excited to get back on her feet again. Then a telephone call from the witness that disappeared three years ago and caused her downfall brings the past back to haunt her. The man who was freed as a result of this witness disappearing has struck again, and the witness wants to make things right. Should Miranda help her? Will taking up this case again ruin her hopes for a new future? Can she stand up in a courtroom for the first time in three years and make things right? Find out in Miranda Writes by Gail Ward Olmstead.
I enjoyed Miranda Writes because it’s not a typical legal thriller. This reads more like an intriguing mystery, with new elements filling out the backstory of Miranda’s downfall and how forces were working against her, both then and now. From Miranda’s ex-boyfriend, who happens to be a defense attorney, to the witness who now has a child and shaky support from her family, you never know who to trust and who has ulterior motives in letting this criminal go free. Gail Ward Olmstead has written a gripping tale full of suspense and intrigue that tests motives and trust. If you enjoy mysteries and legal thrillers, then this is the perfect book for you.