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An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) pdf An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) , ebook An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) , epub An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) , doc An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) , e-pub An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) , An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2) 634217ed375 A Client With Delusions Of A Deadly Conspiracy Draws Attorney David Adams Into A Darkness Where Only The Paranoid Know How To Get Out Alive Former Up And Coming Hotshot Attorney David Adams Left His Glamorous Corporate Law Firm To Fight For The Disenfranchised With A Caseload Of Petty Offenses, A Meager Office In A Crumbling Building, And Little In The Way Of Compensation, David Needs A Real CaseWhen He Agrees To Represent Rebel, David Recognizes This Will Be The Biggest Challenge Of His Young Legal Career The Mentally Unstable Homeless Man Has Been Accused Of Murder, And The Evidence Of His Guilt Seems Overwhelming But It S The Victim Who Shakes David S World A County Prosecutor Who Just Happens To Be An Old Law School Friend Rebel S Murky Defense A Paranoid Insistence On A CIA Plot To Silence The DerelictAided Only By A Legal Team Of Misfit Street Friends And A Fellow Counselor Lured Into This Dark Web, David Will Risk Everything To Defend His Client Who May Not Be Nearly As Crazy As He Seems


10 thoughts on “An Unequal Defense (David Adams, #2)

  1. says:

    What a delightful read to run across It s been a while since I ve picked up a conspiracy thriller and boy have I missed them I had almost forgotten how fun they can be and how sucked in I can get as pages furiously fly by as I get caught up in all the twists and turns This is my first novel to read by Chad Zunker.An Unequal Defense features a protagonist that I was very happy to root for After he and his partner leave their previous firm to start a new one that focuses less on money and on what truly matters, David finds that getting started and finding paying clients is difficult than he d like it to be So when someone approaches him to defend a homeless man named Rebel who has been arrested for murdering an assistant district attorney, he hesitates a little While his heart keeps prompting him to represent Rebel, odd things are occurring that just don t add up keeping him invested until finally he is all in on the case.One of the main worries when I don t start at the beginning of a series is whether or not I will understand everything that is going on, or will I feel like I have missed out on something So, after I was a little ways into the book and realized it was the 2nd one in the series I was a little shocked that I hadn t been able to tell The background story occurred so fluidly within the context of the narrative that it felt natural While, yes, the author did have that moment toward the beginning where they catch you up, it didn t really feel like it was due to a different book.While I liked the characters and the pacing of the story definitely had a thriller pace to it, what I missed was having a little moments of character background and growth not on the main character, but on supporting characters, such as Dana or Kate While Dana is definitely important to David and they are definitely friends I never felt I completely understood why she was siding with him or had his back At times it felt like the supporting characters were just there as a tool to provide certain information or move the plot to the next point They are, of course, but as a reader I don t necessarily want to know that.With all that said, I thoroughly enjoyed the book and loved how quickly I became absorbed in it, but also came to really appreciate the positive message the book brings forth too Overall, a nice read.Rating 4 stars


  2. says:

    A homeless man wakes up from a spell in an alley to find himself in clothes he doesn t recognize Then he finds a gun in the pocket of the jacket Soon after, he s accused of killing a county prosecutor named Luke Murphy, in an alley Doc, David s paralegal, believes Rebel is innocent and asks David to represent Rebel David has been working for a Hunter Kellerman, a top law firm in Austin before leaving to start his own law firm Gray Adams, LLP with his mentor, Thomas Gray David has long since moved from representing wealthy clients, billion dollar tech companies who were billed astronomical by the hour, to representing the homeless homeless and people who couldn t afford a decent meal When David finally meets Roger North, the homeless man who goes by the street name Rebel, Rebel claims he s innocent and that s he s being framed either by the CIA or by Russian agents Or is he At first, David has mixed feelings about representing Rebel considering he might be a bit delusional David, however, reconsiders following an encounter with another potential witness.An interesting read and I would recommend Thank you to Chad Zunker, NetGalley, and the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.


  3. says:

    This is the second book in this series After reading the first one I saw this on Net Galley and knew I wanted to read it Thank you This is about David, a lawyer who had everything going for him at a big law firm when he meets Benny, a homeless man He left the firm and opened an office to help the homeless In this book, Rebel is accused of killing a good friend of David and he does not want to take the case But he knows Rebel is innocent There is corruption in the highest part of the city government David is helped by a mysterious man Who is he He also has a friend in the DA s office who wants to do the right thing I really enjoyed the writing and David s commitment to help the disenfranchised The book showed the homeless without being preachy This book is worth a read.


  4. says:

    I Enjoyed everything about this book there was nothing I didn t like about the book I would gladly reread it again I Would recommend this book to anyone I like the story that was being told.


  5. says:

    Awesome Read it very good


  6. says:

    I received this book through the Read Now program on NetGalley This is the 1st book that I have read by this author.David Adams was in his earlier life a corporate Attorney living the high style He realized that this was not what he wanted He and a friend started a law firm where David assisted homeless and indigent people David was enlisted to assist with the defense of Rebel, a homeless person that was charged with the murder of a prosecutor David took the case because the individual was a friend of David s mentor Benny who had died earlier The D.A s office was pushing hard on this case because of pressure being exerted from someone in high places.David reviewed all of the eveidence that was available and he became convenced that his client was guilty While awaiting trial, David received information from an unknown source that put him on a trail where he started to see that there was maybe hope that his client didn t do it.With this information, the D.A s office offered David a deal to present to his client Rebel Rebel refused the deal and wanted to proceed to trial.While the trial date approached, there were several incidents that begn to raise flags.If you want to find out how Rebel was cleared and why there was so much pressure to close this case, then you must read this book.


  7. says:

    After reading the first book in this series and loving it I knew I had to read this one I am so glad I did because this one did not disappoint Set 6 months after the end of the firs book, David is still trying to figure out how to run his new law practice When a homeless man is accused of murdering one of David s law school friends, he is reluctant to take his case until a mysterious woman shows up I will let the rest remain a mystery since you are going to want to dive right in At just 252 pages this novel flew by and I was so engrossed I did not want to put it down While you do not have to read the first book to understand what is happening in this one, I believe it helps you understand David s background better which makes the book enjoyable Thank you Netgalley and Thomas Mercer for the advanced copy in exchange for a honest review.


  8. says:

    This book is terrific I really enjoyed the first in this series and this one is even better I m a huge Chad Zunker fan I ve read all of his books as they ve been released Psyched to get an advanced copy of this book, highly recommend.


  9. says:

    This is a good mystery by an experienced author who created an engaging plot, interesting characters and even includes some uplifting aspects Nicely done Recommended.I really appreciate the AR for review


  10. says:

    An excellent sequel Lawyer David Adams once again risks his life for those who can never repay him His heart for the homeless is once again on display as he comes to the defense of a homeless man accused of murder Soon the plot thickens and the conspiracies multiply as the bad guys go to great lengths to protect themselves I received an advanced digital copy of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.


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