Politics, Secrets, and Family Drama Deliver a Fresh Take on the Legal Thriller in Don Hartshorn’s ‘The Guilty Die Twice’ [REVIEW]

They may be brothers, but in the courtroom, they’re at war. (Photo courtesy Canva)

They’re better off working alone. They have vastly differing views on the law. Sometimes, though, even rivals have to bury the hatchet. But can two brothers suppress their animosity long enough to exact justice? Find out in Don Hartshorn’s new legal thriller, The Guilty Die Twice.

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Michael Cordell’s ‘Contempt’ Asks Us if Good Truly Triumphs Over Evil [REVIEW]

Prison cell
Playing by the rules is what got him in trouble to begin with. (Photo courtesy Canva)

He believed a man should be honest no matter the cost. He believed it is important to trust one’s conscience. He believed truth would prevail. He was wrong. When life turns an innocent man into a convicted felon, how will he react when given a second lease on life? Find out in Michael Cordell’s riveting legal thriller, Contempt.

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