R E V I E W S
"I was rooted to Blind
Spot, right from the first page itself, and as a practicing
lawyer, if there is one thing that I have found most impressive
in this work, it is the total down-to-earth and realistric
portrayal of life in the courtroom.... Psycho-legal thrillers
are only a few in number [and] this sub-sub-genre in the
mystery zone has remained unexploited. It is here that Stephanie
Kane steps in & delivers a splendid page-turner. Blind Spot
offers chilling suspense & a topnotch nail-biter. I will
want to re-read it."
defense lawyer Jackie Flowers, the protagonist of Kane's
debut legal thriller, has the makings of becoming the law
profession's answer to Kinsey Milhone, the feisty private
eye in Sue Grafton's alphabet-series mystery novels."
stuff. Although Kane is a neophyte novelist, she reads like
Jane Austen.. The truth she finds in the end is both stunning
and, in retrospect, entirely obvious."
Bar Association Journal
work is just as good as the trial mysteries written by Steve
Martini and D.W. Buffa, with the same high degree of accuracy,
the same gritty feel of the courtroom skillfully conveyed,
the same nail-biting suspense building with each page."
Drood Review of Mystery
fast-paced, well-plotted thriller that deserves attention."
Rocky Mountain News
suspense with courtroom drama.... Kane has created a central
character with plenty of interesting ways to grow."
readers with a glimpse into the inner workings and roller-coaster
nature of defense work, including the strategies that
backfire, the surprises that occur, and the risks that
flare up when least expected.... An addictive book that
compels the reader to stay up every night pushing toward
the conclusion, no matter how late the hour"
does a novel capture the conflict between criminal defense
lawyer and client and depict accurately the emotional dynamic
that occurs during a trial while also compelling the reader
to turn each page with eager anticipation…. A must
Criminal Defense Attorneys
well-written legal thriller that will thrill sub-genre
fans with the notion a new exciting author has come on
the scene with a fresh voice."
Midwest Book Review