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Delayed Justice

Delayed Justice

By Cara Putman
Published by Thomas Nelson

Average Blogger Rating: 4.52 Stars

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On 11/28 sexy_muse wrote: The book for review is “Delayed Justice” by Cara Putman. It falls in the genre of fiction and has discussion questions in the back. Meet our main character Jaime Nichols who is criminal divorce lawyer. She now gives voices to her clients which she never had as a child growing up. Her job is to protect ... Delayed Justice

sexy_muse's Rating:

4 Stars

On 11/15 Jessie Young wrote: This is the first book by Cara Putman that I’ve read and I wasn’t disappointed at all! I had heard great things about this book and was excited to have a chance to read it. The plot touches on sensitive subjects but doesn’t exploit them. They are handled with great care and the reader knows what ... Delayed Justice

Jessie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 11/4 Jennifer McGrail wrote: I was excited to read another book by Cara Putnam. This was my third or fourth book of hers, and I've always loved her warm, conversational style, and her likeable characters. I was not disappointed! Delayed Justice tells the story of Jaime Nichols, a lawyer who is finally able to face the abuse she ... Delayed Justice, by Cara Putman

Jennifer's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/28 J Harder wrote: Criminal defence attorney Jaime Nichols has spent years using her voice to ensure that every accused person she represents is given a fair trial. But after finding healing and the strength to raise her own voice, she decides to take the steps to tell the story of the abuse she suffered in her past, abuse ... An utterly timely, powerful novel

J Harder's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/26 Jamie Holloway wrote: I love discovering a new author and a new genre of books to read. The author I discovered is Cara Putman and the genre is lawyer thrillers. What I liked is that Putman spins a believable tale of a young lawyer who happens to me named Jaime too and her quest to use her voice to convict the uncle who sexually ... Delayed Justice

Jamie's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/25 Lovely Loveday wrote: Delayed Justice is the third book in the thrilling Hidden Justice book series written by Cara C. Putman. An intriguing mix of legal drama, romance, friendship, faith, and suspense. Delayed Justice is particularly stirring and tender as the characters face horrific cases - personal, past and present. ... An intriguing story full of suspense and unknowns.

Lovely Loveday's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/24 Pastor Patrick wrote: Delayed JusticebyCara PutmanA ReviewWe all carry pain. For some, it comes from the choices we make; for others, it is the result of war; and for some, it comes from abuse over which we had no control. We find all three in Cara Putman’s newest novel. Jaime Nichols abuse had occurred years ago, ... Delayed Justice - A Review

Pastor Patrick's Rating:

5 Stars

On 10/22 Lenoire wrote: Jaime Nichols went to law school to become a criminal defense attorney. She is motivated to help protect women and girls. She is driven by the desire to put away the man who destroyed her childhood. As she prepares to press charges against him, she finds that he is a powerful force to be reckoned with. ... Delayed Justice by Cara Putman

Lenoire's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/22 kratzy wrote: Book Review: Delayed Justice By Cara Putman While this is the third installment in a series, the book can be read on its own and readers new to the characters will be able to enjoy this legal novel. The main character is a defense attorney names Jamie Nichols, who went to law school to support women ... 4.0 out of 5 starsLegal thriller about childhood trauma

kratzy's Rating:

4 Stars

On 10/20 The Book Club Network (TBCN) wrote: This story could be ripped from todays headlines. The author deals with these issues in a compassionate, caring manner all the while educating readers about how to be sensitive toward victims of sexual abuse and to Vets returning from war. It’s taken many years for Jaime to get to this stage of life. ... NEW LEGAL DRAMA by CARA PUTMAN REVIEWED

The Book Club Network (TBCN)'s Rating:

5 Stars