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  • Title: Identity Theft
  • Author: John Abramowitz
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  • Page: 236
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  • A man walks into the Texas Capitol Shots ring out A young aide lies dead The killer s excuse He was under a spell.Sounds like a job for Hunter Gamble, right Wrong After his disastrous victory in the trial of Samuel Pollard, Hunter has turned his back on defending oppressed vampires, mages, and zombies Having accepted a position at his father s giant litigation firmA man walks into the Texas Capitol Shots ring out A young aide lies dead The killer s excuse He was under a spell.Sounds like a job for Hunter Gamble, right Wrong After his disastrous victory in the trial of Samuel Pollard, Hunter has turned his back on defending oppressed vampires, mages, and zombies Having accepted a position at his father s giant litigation firm, he s trying the glamorous cases, working in a corner office, and making a six figure salary and hating every minute of it.As Hunter plots his exit strategy, he finds himself inexorably drawn to the case of the Capitol shooter, who is an old friend from law school As he works to clear his friend, Hunter discovers that there is much at stake in this case than whether one man was under a spell Before long, he finds himself pulled into a magical conspiracy dating back to before the Unveiling and with a singularly cold blooded wizard at its heart The clock is ticking The search for answers is on And the author of Atticus for the Undead invites you to come along for the thrill ride and get the magic back.
    Identity Theft A man walks into the Texas Capitol Shots ring out A young aide lies dead The killer s excuse He was under a spell Sounds like a job for Hunter Gamble right Wrong After his disastrous victory in the t

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    1. Book Info Genre Urban Fantasy Legal ThrillerReading Level AdultRecommended for Fans of urban fantasy and legal thrillersBook Available April 16, 2013Trigger Warnings murder, violence, mind controlMy Thoughts This is the second book in the Hunter Gamble series, following Atticus for the Undead review linked here where formatting allowed.So, the first book in the series ended by giving me a kick in the teeth This one ended on a complete and total mindfuck I mean I literally finished reading, my ey [...]

    2. To read this and other reviews like it check out my site ufreviews First off I want to say I read and reviewed John Abramowitz s first book, which was a really fun and exciting read for me There is something about Abramowitz s style that makes reading a book an adventure, he really pulls you into the world he creates, so I was really looking forward to reading his second book Identity Theft did not disappoint me in the least I think part of the reason I found this book so enjoyable was that Hunt [...]

    3. Identity Theft by John Abramowitz4.5 StarsDevastated by the death of a close friend at the end of book one Atticus For The Undead , Hunter gave up defending Arcanes and went to work with his father It has now been a year and Hunter isn t happy with where his career is heading When an old friend approaches him asking for defence, Hunter sees this as the perfect opportunity to leave the firm and go back to his real interest, Arcane defence During Hunters investigating he learns some shocking secre [...]

    4. Oh the things I really want to tell you about this book The trouble is, if you knew what I knew you wouldn t have to read it, and you really want to read it There are so many little moments that I loved in this book I like when I get to sit back and have them where things fall together perfectly, or something you suspected is revealed or denied, sometimes you re wrong Hunter is dragged, protesting, back into the arcane arena and what happens next no, really, you have to find out on your own The [...]

    5. definitely better than the prior book exciting small town politicky drama except not really because it s basically the same as nyc albany drama with Personalities where you feel bad that christopher buckley s books end up ringing true than you want it to be not that, er, i know this from personal experience or anything this is neither here nor there, but legal thrillers in all forms tend to make me horribly secretly grateful that i got out in time to avoid this obsession over billables hooray [...]

    6. I was a little confused by IDENTITY THEFT at first but once some of the plot was revealed, I was fully engrossed in this story I loved the characters and the plot as well as all the side plots involved My only complaint is that it ended Wonderful thriller that is completely different from everything else thats available I was able to review this book as part of a promotion Im very glad I did, as I now have a new author to be on the look out for

    7. This was my first John Abramowitz book, and I thoroughly enjoyed it It was a little slow at start, but the characters are quite lovable Can t wait to read the next one

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