The Missing Piece (Dismas Hardy #19) by John Lescroart @johnlescroart @AtriaBooks @NetGalley #mystery #legalthriller #bookreview

Kaceey’s Review:

Book 19 of the Dismas Hardy series.

Wes Farrell has crossed over from being a prosecutor to a criminal defense attorney. Only problem is he is majorly burnt out. He no longer believes anything his clients tell him. And truly doesn’t care about the outcome. But that attitude may cost him…. Or his client!

When Paul Riley convicted rapist and murderer is released from prison by The Exoneration Initiative, it’s not long before he is gunned down outside his apartment. The only eye witness is Paul’s dad. Only how reliable a witness is he? And the police can’t seem to get out of their own way.

There is so much going on with a plethora of characters, but being a long time fan of this series I was able to follow along easily. Abe Glitsky, former homicide detective, now private investigator takes a large role in this book! Which made me very happy as he is one of my favorite characters from this series.

I have a lot of long standing series that I have slowly stepped away from. I love the characters but the storylines just failed to hold me, and the characters alone can only hold it together for so long. I’m happy to say this series is going as strong as ever. Of course I love all the characters! I feel like I’ve grown up with them. And each storyline is as intricate and thrilling as ever.

If you are a fan of this series and want to walk down memory lane while enjoying a thrilling storyline then make sure this book is on your list! Can this be read as a stand-alone? Sure. But I highly suggest starting at the beginning! It’s worth it!

Thank you to NetGalley and Atria Books

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