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Say My Name: A Space Opera Adventure Legal Thriller (Judge, Jury, Executioner Book 15) Kindle Edition
The arrogance of success. The criminality of using it to crush people under one’s thumb.
A license to destroy. More than a single life, entire cultures replaced.
For a few credits more.
Find the crime!
Rivka can’t touch him or can she? Will he allow it? In this part of space, he calls the shots.
The Federation is on the outside looking in.
From the frontier, a single business starts to take over. Not a crime family, like Nefas, but a single individual forcing people to sell their souls. Unlimited power.
Like Satan has returned and demanded payment.
You’ll know his name, soon enough. “Say my name!”
Is what he’s doing illegal? Rivka is going to find out. Can she stop him if it’s not against the law?
Magistrate Rivka Anoa is the legal eagle you want on your side. No better friend. No worse enemy.
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Judge, Jury, & Executioner is within the Kurtherian Gambit Universe, but you don’t need to read those to enjoy these. Start with You Have Been Judged and enjoy the stories of Rivka and her team. Just lock in your seatbelt, grab your favorite drink, and be ready for your socks to be blown off.
- ASIN : B09RX467VX
- Publisher : LMBPN Publishing; 1st edition (April 27, 2022)
- Publication date : April 27, 2022
- Language : English
- File size : 4951 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Sticky notes : On Kindle Scribe
- Print length : 237 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: #92,961 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- #309 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction eBooks
- #440 in Galactic Empire Science Fiction
- #1,247 in Alien Invasion Science Fiction
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Glad that you’ve made Rivka character so tough and caring!
This story is disheartening and leaves one to wonder about the conflict between “justice” and “the law,” a conflict we see often in our own contemporary lives. And, yet, Craig Martelle handles it beautifully and elegantly, despite the “squidgy” feelings it leaves behind.
The action is less pronounced in this book. But the inner conflicts our heroes face, get more room on the page then we’ve seen in a while. In many ways, several of the characters have been gradually reduced into “punchlines,” or “cutouts,” as the series progressed, more two-dimensional than three, but this book changes that trend.
Let’s face it, as Riva’s band of Merry Miscreants has expanded, there simply hasn’t been, nor will there be in the future, time for each to get comprehensive coverage in every book. But until I read this one, I didn’t realize how shallow my perceptions of these characters had become. I was more focused on the action than the actors, not that that is a bad thing. However, I’m glad that CM gave us this tale here, where it falls in the series’ chronology, because it fits perfectly.
Finally, there’s a lot less snark, but a whole cargo-hold full of humor nonetheless. Some of the lines CM doles out had me, at various points, laughing out loud in a waiting room (earning some very odd looks), snorting coffee out my nose, and finally, tripping over a door jam which fate had chosen for me to cross just as I read a particularly memorable line. Said door jam happened to be at the entrance to a fairly nice restaurant, so I once again drew some uncomfortable stares. Thanks, Craig!
And let me be clear, I DO mean thanks. Any writing which can absorb my consciousness to THAT degree is writing worth reading and well worth any embarrassment or looks I might get from poor sots who haven’t a clue what they are missing. So don’t be a sot, and don’t miss out on this phenomenal next chapter in Riva’s life. ENJOY!
Top reviews from other countries
This one's more of a moral quandry but still a pleasure to read and this series does really cover everything just like real life.
A great story, looking forward to the next already!
Definitely need more Rivka! Bring on book 16.