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Inadvertent Disclosure (Sasha McCandless Legal Thriller Book 2) (English Edition)
 
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Inadvertent Disclosure (Sasha McCandless Legal Thriller Book 2) (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

Melissa F. Miller

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Find the entire Sasha McCandless legal thriller series here: smarturl.it/sashaseries
Tiny dynamo Sasha McCandless returns in Inadvertent Disclosure, the acclaimed follow-up to Irreparable Harm.
It's been six months since an airplane crash altered the course of attorney Sasha McCandless's professional and personal life. She's now focused on building her solo law practice and tending her budding relationship with federal air marshal Leo Connelly, who helped her stop a madman.

When Sasha drives from Pittsburgh to rural Clear Brook County to argue a discovery motion, she finds a town bitterly divided over the issue of hydrofracking the Marcellus Shale. Outsiders from the oil and gas industry and environmental activists threaten to rip apart the community's fabric.

Then the town's only judge is murdered, and Sasha can't just walk away. As she works to find the killer, she must race to save the town before it fractures beyond repair.

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  • Editeur : Brown Street Books (4 février 2012)
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A second instalment that does not disappoint 4 mars 2012
Par Asphodelia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
I love a book with a good title, and `Inadvertent Disclosure', the new instalment in the Sasha McCandless series, like its predecessor Irreparable Harm, has a distinctly `legal' flavour right from the outset. Picking up from where `IH' had left off, we find Sascha working for herself after leaving Prescott & Talbott ; she is still dating FBI agent Leo Connelly and practising Krav Maga, a skill which, of course, will come in handy in the course of the story. During an out-of-town court appearance, a judge suddenly hands Sasha a new case, which involves acting for an elderly man whom the county is trying to have declared incapacitated. Of course, the case will turn out to have deeper implications than anticipated, and our diminutive attorney will soon find herself knee-deep in the murky waters of local politics, corruption and the environmental damage brought by the county's new gold fever: hydrofracking. I won't spoil the rest, but don't worry: Sasha is in top form.

The second in its series, ID could easily have suffered from the syndrome of `that difficult second novel' - a phenomenon that also afflicts music and cinema. I must admit that the opening chapters had failed to grip me the way IH had done. ID opens with a flashback - one of my least favourite literary and cinematic devices - involving characters who appear later on in the story. It's a brave attempt to take it up a notch in terms of experimenting with the narrative structure, but it's only partly successful, because those particular characters, and their motivations, are extensively described in the rest of the novel anyway. It seems unnecessary. However, Sasha comes into the scene soon enough, and after that, we get a straight, linear narrative and plenty of action: legal stuff, medical stuff, environmental stuff and a couple of dead bodies. Perfect.

I was sceptical, at first, about how Sasha McCandless would sustain our interest outside of the shark-infested waters of corporate law. A large part of what makes IH so interesting is seeing what coping strategies Sasha, as young, ambitious attorney, developed over the years to function is what is essentially a de-humanised, ruthless working environment, only just surpassed, one imagines, by corporate finance. But, despite Sasha's newly acquired freedom from Prescott & Talbott, the pace in this second novel does not slacken and there are plenty of legal intricacies to keep the reader busy. By the fourth or fifth Sasha book I am sure that most readers will be absolutely convinced that they have a pretty good grasp of the US legal system. It takes some serious skills to achieve that: to make a dry, often abstruse subject matter so fascinating and to give the reader the illusion of understanding what's going on. It's a bit like watching an episode of House MD: for an hour a week, we believe we understand medicine. It's narrative magic at its very best.

Melissa F. Miller is, unsurprisingly, a lawyer herself. I am sure that there are many attorneys out there dabbling with writing, churning out mediocre novels that either confuse the uninitiated reader or patronise them with mind-numbingly boring law-by-numbers exposition. But Miller, who studied medieval literature and creative writing, is not one of them. Therefore, what she produces is intelligent, gripping legal thrillers which you will want to keep reading until the early hours of the morning, until you see `THE END', safe in the knowledge that you can look forward to another Sasha McCandless book soon (at the time of writing, the third instalment is due April 2012).

If you are new to this author, do yourself a favour and download IH first, and get to know Sasha McCandless. I guarantee that you will not want to leave the fascinating world that Melissa F. Miller has managed to create; the hard work, the pressure, the endless cups of coffee. Above all, you will not want to leave the company of this feisty, formidable lawyer. All I can say is, I can't wait to read the next one. See you all in Pittsburgh.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Pleasurable read. 3 juillet 2012
Par Anand Shankar Jha - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I read this novel as a stand alone, not having read the first book of the series. That fact was no impediment in enjoying this installment at all; there are no linkages to the first novel as far as the plot is concerned.

The plot itself is suspenseful, though by the time the reader is at about 80%, the story becomes predictable. The character development is good; despite the fact that I had not read the first installment of the series where the protagonist (Sasha) would have most likely been introduced even more thoroughly, the 356 pages of this book was sufficient to "know" the traits of Sasha's character.

The intrigue and excitement are enough to make one keep turning the page. Impressive work from a new author.
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Great legal thriller - read this before Grisham 17 juin 2012
Par Suncoast - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I really enjoyed the first Sasha McCandless story, but this one was an even better. If you like legal thrillers, forget higher-priced Grisham and read Melissa F Miller - you won't be disappointed.

Sasha is a diminutive lawyer who gets inadvertently gets involved in adventures associated with her legal work. This time Sasha has left the large legal firm where she served her apprenticeship and has set up on her own. During the course of a minor court appearance in a rural community outside of her home base of Pittsburgh she is cornered by the local Judge to represent an old man to prevent State guardianship for senility. This brings her into the middle of a previously peaceful rural community which has been invaded by shale oil gas developers, with associated environmantal activists and corrupt locals putting pressure on senior citizens to share in the financial bonanza.

This time Sasha's skills as an attorney take precedence over here powerful self-defence skills. She is involved in a developing relationship with Leo Connelly, who she met in "Irreparable Harm", who continues to provide counsel and assistance from his sources as a Federal Agent.

The plot is action-filled, page-turning and mostly believable. While there were a couple of lost threads in the plot and the finale was a bit quick and confused, I thoroughly enjoyed and recommend the book.

I am looking forward to the next Sasha McCandless book and have registered with Melissa F Miller's website to be told when it is released.
12 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love this series! 4 mars 2012
Par Nicole C. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I had anxiously awaited this 2nd book in the Sasha McCandless series and I wasn't disappointed. Sasha is a very likeable character and I love her relationship with Connelly! I enjoy books that make you think about things that you don't know much about (like the legal world). Sasha is also a spitfire who can defend herself physically and verbally. Big praise to Melissa Miller for having a strong, relatable female character! Can't wait for the next one!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A good read 24 avril 2013
Par Sally Logan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
I always enjoy a story about a gutsy woman. In this book, Sasha McCandless delivers! I bought a couple of her other books after reading this one.
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