Reviews by Jhopson
This is a well-written murder mystery with a good sense of humor.
A well written medical thriller. When Dr. David Shelton is accused of murdering a patient, he unravels a network of mercy killers and endangers his own life.
Great Story, well told. A non-verbal man who has been in an adult care facility for 7 years is hit by a car and starts to remember his past. As he tries to figure out who he is, he finds more trouble than he expected.
well, written topical. The newest appointee to the supreme court is qualified, fair and decent, but he has secrets that might prevent his appointment. Young lawyer turned senator, Ben Kincaid, is fighting the good fight.
A good thriller. Clearly part of a series - works fine as a stand-alone but wish I would've started at the beginning. Bill Brockton is a forensic anthropologist at the U of Tennessee. In this one he's studying the effects of fire on bodies. Well written and entertaining.