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A young boy dying of a lethal disease... A corporation's greed is the cause... Avery Collins must get justice and possibly find the person who can save his life... Avery Collins, social justice warrior, has a new case, only it's not a criminal case. Not yet, anyway.7 year old Frankie Jamison is dying, and nobody quite knows why. Avery knows Frankie through Regina, A young boy dying of a lethal disease... A corporation's greed is the cause... Avery Collins must get justice and possibly find the person who can save his life... Avery Collins, social justice warrior, has a new case, only it's not a criminal case. Not yet, anyway.7 year old Frankie Jamison is dying, and nobody quite knows why. Avery knows Frankie through Regina, as Frankie is the son of Lorinda, one of Regina's best friends from the street. Lorinda has nothing in her life, nothing but her young son, and now she's losing even that. With nobody to turn to, Lorinda tells Avery her story, and, with Regina's persistence, Avery decides to look a little deeper. And what she finds is corruption and greed at the highest level. Not to mention a cover-up that goes higher than Avery could ever imagine.Is there a chance that this young kid can find justice and a cure? Avery becomes determined to find out, while also being determined that the bastards who are behind this kid's illness are brought to justice.And Avery always gets justice, no matter how she has to do it. With the lightning speed and twists and turns you've come to expect from a Rachel Sinclair legal thriller, this is one book you won't want to miss!!!!!


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A young boy dying of a lethal disease... A corporation's greed is the cause... Avery Collins must get justice and possibly find the person who can save his life... Avery Collins, social justice warrior, has a new case, only it's not a criminal case. Not yet, anyway.7 year old Frankie Jamison is dying, and nobody quite knows why. Avery knows Frankie through Regina, A young boy dying of a lethal disease... A corporation's greed is the cause... Avery Collins must get justice and possibly find the person who can save his life... Avery Collins, social justice warrior, has a new case, only it's not a criminal case. Not yet, anyway.7 year old Frankie Jamison is dying, and nobody quite knows why. Avery knows Frankie through Regina, as Frankie is the son of Lorinda, one of Regina's best friends from the street. Lorinda has nothing in her life, nothing but her young son, and now she's losing even that. With nobody to turn to, Lorinda tells Avery her story, and, with Regina's persistence, Avery decides to look a little deeper. And what she finds is corruption and greed at the highest level. Not to mention a cover-up that goes higher than Avery could ever imagine.Is there a chance that this young kid can find justice and a cure? Avery becomes determined to find out, while also being determined that the bastards who are behind this kid's illness are brought to justice.And Avery always gets justice, no matter how she has to do it. With the lightning speed and twists and turns you've come to expect from a Rachel Sinclair legal thriller, this is one book you won't want to miss!!!!!

30 review for The trial (Southern California Legal Thriller, #5)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jordan Broome

    This thriller is the best yet. I couldn't put this thriller down, the plot was not able to. Make out and was not clear to me. This thriller is the best yet. I couldn't put this thriller down, the plot was not able to. Make out and was not clear to me.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jane M Meyers

    Power to the Truth As a licensed paralegal I was drawn to the storyline. The writer gets the reader invested in the primary characters and in unraveling the mystery causing children to be so sick. It also teaches a larger insurance company that formula rejections stand counter to improving healthcare and the bottom line.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greg

    Sad I think that like the Author stated that the diabolical character in this book is very real and that society except for the 1 percent is paying a price that is bankruptcy the country while seriously ill people will never be thought about they do everyday to rest of the people because they truly like demons that they are do not care.

  4. 5 out of 5

    L Jerome Krovetz

    Good Plot is good and characters are we)l drawn. Good read and well done. Have also like others by this authepppppppppppp.

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