BOOK REVIEW: SUFFERING FOOLS
If you were to stretch your imagination making you an attorney, would you take a client that speaks in circles and acts like a real foolish idiot? Remember, you are just imagining because most of us would never be able to defend or prosecute a person in an actual court! Now, imagine your self as that client that speaks in circles and really does seem to act like a fool! Attorney’s Zack Wilson and Terry Tallach are the keys in most of this book as they attempt to find out if Babe Gardiner is telling them the truth or falsehoods about his crimes.
Now that you are familiar with the key characters in Ed Gafney’s book, you will wonder as you read through the book, which are the “Suffering Fool’s?” As you travel the journey from courtroom to crime scenes that may or may not tie in some of the above characters, add a few private investigators and a few cops that are also confused. You will think you have the cases solved in your mind but don’t bet on it! Kidnapping, murder, chases, judge and jury, and after days, still no clear decisions.
Join in the merry chase as you help find witnesses, kidnapped apparent strangers, and friends of Babe Gardiner’s. You won’t know whether to believe them any more than you believe Babe. You will go back to crime scenes, especially the market that involved Babe in the first place, and attempt to track what really happened.
I guarantee you will not figure out the conclusion to this book. You will feel like a tornado when the results come out. Take it and enjoy this non-stop action, and laugh with the story when it gets silly.
REVIEWED BY CY HILTERMAN
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