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No Time To Run (Legal Thriller Featuring Michael Collins Book 1) (English Edition) par [Trafford, J.D.]
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Winner of the National Legal Fiction Writing Competition for Lawyers.



"No Time To Run" is a Top 20 Legal Thriller for Amazon Kindle.



"FIVE STARS: Michael Collins is hot, and Kermit Guillardo is a riot!" --- Lady Lawyer



Like John Grisham and D.W. Buffa, J.D. Trafford created a smart legal thriller that keeps the reader turning pages.



Michael Collins burned his suits and ties in a beautiful bonfire before leaving New York and taking up residence at Hut No. 7 in a run-down Mexican resort. He dropped-out, giving up a future of billable hours and big law firm paychecks. But, there are millions of dollars missing from a client's account and a lot of people who want Michael Collins to come back. When his girlfriend is accused of murder, he knows that there really isn't much choice.



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A good read. I gave it four stars instead of five because I figured it out before the end of the book, but would recommend it highly. fast moving . a book for the beach.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Thriller? Really??! it's a boring, unbelievable mess of a book 15 novembre 2012
Par H. Hanford - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
I don't know how this book got so many good reviews. It's a hot mess. In the middle of the book, I finally got interested, then hoped that it would take off and fill in all the huge gaps the author created. It didn't.

There's the bizarre side-kick Kermit (no, not the frog), who is a filthy, drugged out hippie who used to be brilliant with numbers but now suffers from PTSD, but never got treatment. The dialog that the author has him spouting would have been weird for the 70's, but is just plain ridiculous for 2012. There's Andie who has changed her name but never told her lover, Michael, about why, plus has a shady connection with the guy she supposedly killed, but never told Michael about that, either. There's Vatch, who is supposed to be a cruel, horrible FBI agent & human being by his description, and actions, but is actually in the right at the end. There's "the Professor" a Stanford educated, former FBI turned merc who is probably the most unbelievable erudite speaking, but cherry tobacco smoking character.

Then there's Michael, the "brilliant hero lawyer" of this novel. He's an arrogant, lazy, immature, drunk, who has done a lot of bad things, but thinks that giving away a bunch of money will fix everything. There's the Priest who inexplicably dresses up as Elvis and has counseled Michael, but the author only gives us a bit of a sentence here and there about it. Michael "can't face" what he's done, so why bother discussing it? The author tries to keep the audience in the "dark" but it's just annoying.

Spoiler Alert!

Michael runs though the book "escaping" the "mob", until a former cop clues him in that the mob doesn't send you Hallmark cards as a threat. DUH! He finally mans up and stops running and examines what's happened to him, then figures out the whole plot, which the author kindly explains in the last chapter. Uh, we figured it out from all the money he was dropping everywhere! Plus, he's built up to be this "hero" and he's actually guilty as hell - Grand Theft guilty, and yet, he's trying to get everyone to feel sorry for him that he's being prosecuted by the Attorney General. Just because he was set up by his boss - and his boss's secretary (begin unbelievable plot twist) - after the fact - didn't entitle him to steal $500 million dollars from a bad guy who was supposed to give that money back to the government to clean up Super Fund Sites. Michael is no better than the guy who embezzled it - in fact he's worse, because he's just sitting on $473 million dollars at the end, and living in a shack - when that money could have done so much good!!! But, no, everyone else is GUILTY, and he's living in a fool's paradise - Oh, wait, he's guilty as hell, and is a fool wasting away in Margarittaville. I'm really annoyed I spent time reading a poorly spelled and edited book that was so full of holes that it was a waste of the $3.00 I spent on it.

Please don't waste your time, and money on this book either.
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Had potentialbut needed character development 11 novembre 2013
Par D. Wils - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
First of all, I'm guessing that the editing issues that previous reviewers complained about have been resolved. I saw very few grammar or spelling problems, and I'm usually pretty picky about that.

The writing was decent but I knew nothing, and felt nothing, for the characters and that ruined the whole book for me. The writer gave virtually no insight into any of the characters, certainly not the main ones, and other than the fact that *POSSIBLE SPOILER ALERT* Michael was young, lazy, and probably a thief, if not worse, and his girlfriend was hiding things from him and was possibly a murderer, I have no idea what these characters are like.

If I can't relate to the characters, I sure am not going to care about what happens to them. They sell each other out first chance they get, and I just didn't care what happened to them. The most developed character was an odd, hippie Vietnam vet who spent most of his time hanging upside down from the ceiling with magic markers. I certainly didn't care about that character either.

The plot required a total suspension of belief, and although the action was good, and it was not a totally boring book, there just wasn't any way a plot like that was believable.

This book had potential but I was very disappointed in the finished product.
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2.0 étoiles sur 5 Missing Something 4 septembre 2012
Par DoubleM - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
My book choices are heavily influenced by the ratings and comments, so this one was an easy choice. I kept waiting for the fireworks; waited and waited. I finished the book last night and am still puzzled by the high ratings and glowing comments. What did I miss? The characters are few and and most are passive, and the story lines aren't nearly as intriquing as I had hoped. With no disrespect to the author, it just wasn't a page turner for me.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Poorly developed story line 2 septembre 2013
Par Bob the Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
In my lifetime I have read at least 1200 works of fiction. In every case, after completing a novel, I have passed it on. I don't believe in the destruction of books. This will be the first book I throw away. The plot has some value but it's not presented in an cohesive manner. It has no flow. It reads like a series of sentences that may or may not be related to the previous ones. Character descriptions are sketchy at best and sometimes irrelevant. In particular, Kermit (Michael Collins associate) not only doesn't add anything to the story but may have been invented to add bulk to the book.
I'm truly mystified by the positive reviews on Amazon.
1 internautes sur 1 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
1.0 étoiles sur 5 Save your time! 5 février 2016
Par Midwestern - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
The reader tried his best, but was very ill suited to read professionally. His voice and pronunciation were not consistent with that of an educated man, let alone a lawyer.
He mispronounced so many words and unnecessarily acted out the sounds he read.
I felt sorry for him. It definitely hindered any enjoyment of this book. And the plot was pretty lame. So sad.
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