Randy Singer is able to weave exciting legal tales. He is maybe not as well known as John Grisham, but his writing is just as good (at times better!). His stories also lack the profanities, descriptive violence, and explicit sex sometimes found in other legal novels.

In Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales former college quarterback Landon Reed is looking to redeem himself and others. While in prison from a point-shaving scheme, Reed found Jesus and studied law. His past follows him as he tries to become a full-fledged lawyer. He finds help in Harry McNaughten, a partner willing to take a chance on Reed’s determination and grit. Reed is thankful for the chance, but after helping in a high-profile murder case, Landon realizes there is more going on than meets the eye. Three lawyers from his firm seem to have been murdered, but no one knows why.

I recommend Dead Lawyers Tell No Tales for anyone who enjoys a good, clean thriller. The last several chapters kept me reading longer than I intended as I had no idea how the resolution was going to come about. The ending caught me by surprise.

In exchange for an unbiased review, I received a free copy of this book from the publisher.