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[Following is an official OnlineBookClub.org review of "Covet Not" by Errin P. Stowell.]
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4 out of 4 stars
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Covet Not is a book by Errin P. Stowell about an attorney, Samuel Sparks, who has to disentangle himself from a messy situation that might send him to prison for a long time if he doesn't act fast! Sparks isn't doing well in his law career; he deals with any case that will pay bills. Sometimes he deals with unpaid cases.

While dealing with all that, Samuel has a hotheaded girlfriend, Gina Simmons, whom he has to keep up with. He has to handle all sorts of tantrums the lady throws at him. Hell breaks loose when Gina goes missing. Nonetheless, her immoral personality could lead her to the wrong side of the table anytime; if Gina can sleep with her boss to maintain her job, she's capable of much more. On the other hand, there's a serial killer on the loose with an atrocious fetish. He performs disgusting things with his victims that made me squirm in my chair. With Miss Simmons missing, Sparks becomes the number one suspect. He has to prove his innocence quickly.

I enjoyed following the court proceedings. They were so well-executed that I felt like I was in the courtrooms. The author is very adept at composing court-related affairs. The court dialect was formal, and so were the body language and general demeanor.

Additionally, Sparks and Peterson had a notable difference in their clientele. While the former dealt with low or medium-ranged clients, Peterson sailed in high waters, often smiling to the bank with enormous amounts of cash. Listening to them dispute in court felt like watching a law-based movie.

Errin does not miss out on the tiniest details during the narration. These elucidations created images in my mind that played like a fast-paced thriller film. I thoroughly enjoyed the humor I encountered. Though written in a mildly vulgar language, I chuckled at the light moments in the tale.

This fast-paced story evoked sad emotions in me at times. Some parts of the work have been set at Amber Meadows, a retirement facility with aging people battling different kinds of illnesses and disorders. For instance, Mary Olsen had Alzheimer’s, and her health was declining rapidly. She could not recognize her husband even while conversing with him.

I only found several errors; consequently, the book is professionally edited. There was nothing to dislike, and the installment was a masterpiece! Hence, I rate it 4 out of 4 stars. I recommend it to crime thriller enthusiasts.

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This sounds like an absolutely great read! I will have to add this book to my TBR list. Thank you for such a great review!
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Such an engrossing storyline, worthy of time commitment. A piece that will transcend you to a different time and place. Thanks for your review. Great job!
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This sounds like an engrossing crime story,sounds interesting,nice review.
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Is Sam involved in Gina's disappearance? Curiostity is getting the better of me, so I will be reading this book. Thanks for a great review.
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This book is a masterpiece, having an interesting storyline. The author has described each characters brilliantly and the scenes creates a visual picture of the situation.
The review is awesome.
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I enjoy watching law dramas, and I think this book will expose me to a whole new different entity with its law aspect, especially in court room. I just wonder what does a serial killer has connection with some one with a struggling law career.
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At first, I thought it was a murder/suspense but thanks for enlightening me that this is a courtroom drama, which I love. Thanks for your review.
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I enjoyed the court proceedings. In fact the book is all about court related affairs. Samuel found himself in a Law career to deal with case bills. The book is nice!
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This seems like an intriguing court drama. It is always beneficial to the reader when the author piques his interest. Your review got my attention. I am weary of the sad elements of the story set in a retirement home. Great job with the review.
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Today's book seem like an intriguing and suspenseful read. However, I am not a fan of crime thrillers and so will be skipping this one.
Thank you for your review.
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Well-written crime dramas with psychological elements will always have a place in my heart. Well done to the author for creating such a vivid and enjoyable story.
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Law, thriller, murder and drama, sounds like an interesting book. Though I am not sure if it is my type of book so I may skip it. Thanks for the wonderful review.
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Why do people stay in a toxic relationship Even when there is nothing that stops them from walking away. On the top of it Samuel has to deal with low income as well. I would like to read this book.
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You had my attention with this well-writing review! I enjoy reading crime thrillers and the story of this book sounds intriguing and suspenseful. I’d love to check it out.
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