Predatory Kill

Predatory Kill

Kenneth Eade is the well-known author of the bestselling political thriller “An Involuntary Spy”. Recently, he has published his second novel, “Predatory Kill”, which is an edge-of-your-seat legal thriller that will take readers by surprise and raise some thought-provoking questions about law and justice in the world we live in today. The lead character is Brent Marks, an accomplished lawyer who has just reached a place in his life where he can take on more important cases. After 20 years of dealing with divorces and drunk driving cases, he can finally say that his skill and experience will be put to good use by defending people who are truly in need of justice. However, his client, April Marsh, comes with something more than a simple predatory lending case against the big banks for wrongful foreclosure of her parents’ house. Her mother was murdered and her father was almost beaten to death, which means that her case was quickly turned into a serious murder investigation. Will Brent Marks win the battle against the bank? In a world where big businesses will stop at nothing when it comes to money and power, justice is not easily achieved. The lawyer puts his own life in danger by trying to help April. He will fight for what he believes is right even if that means this will be his last case. Honest people like Brent will never let corruption and murder prevail. “Predatory Kill” is one of those novels that hook readers from page one and become addictive with every chapter they read. Kenneth Eade is definitely a promising crime writer, and fans of the genre will feel compelled to add him to their list of favorites.

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