Rule of Law By: Randy Singer – A Book Review

Rule of Law

By: Randy Singer

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake,

A Legal, Political, and Military Thriller – A Behind the Headlines Look at International Events

By the end of page one, critically acclaimed author Randy Singer had my attention. I was hooked.  I knew I was in for a good read, a real page turner. By the end of chapter two Randy had my adrenaline flowing. Randy Singer’s new book “Rule of Law” takes a look behind the International headlines to ask some very pertinent thought provoking questions:

  • Are our country’s leaders acting outside the Rule of Law?
  • What is going on behind the scenes that are creating International headlines?
  • Who is to blame for the spectacular failures when secret missions fail?
  • Is the saying on the Supreme Court Building Still True? Is there justice under law?

Singer, a master story teller, has developed an exciting multifaceted plot, with twists and turns that adds suspense and keeps readers guessing. His characters are strong and believable, is made up of an amazing roster, which include: Amanda Hamilton, president of the United States, key White House staff members, attorneys and judges, military personnel, members of the Supreme Court, important foreign leaders, and members of the media.

Readers in the genre of intrigue, suspense and adventure thrillers with courtroom scenes will resonate with “Rule of the Law.”  Enthusiastic fans of John Grissom and Joel Rosenberg are destined to add Randy Singer to their favorite author list. A gripping novel relevant in the midst of today’s partisan political scene, Singer has created a riveting, page turner, a filled with timely insights.

A complimentary copy of his book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

Tyndale Publishers Inc.,  Carol Stream, Illinois, 978-1496418166, $ 16.98, 2017, 462 pages




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