Review: Against the Law

Against the Law
Against the Law by Michael C. Eberhardt
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

“Against the Law” by Michael C. Eberhardt kept me riveted to the edge of my chair from the opening page to the closing period. The only difficulty I had was some of the Hawai’ian expressions; however, I was so wrapped up in the story, I found those irrelevant.

Dan Carrier, the main character, is a man of integrity. He is a PA in the D.A. office, and he likes to look at all the facts before making a decision, especially when it concerns someone’s life. When Peter Maikai, a leader in the Hawaiian grassroots movement, is arrested for murdering the governor, Dan does not believe Maikai is capable of such a deed. Despite the bad blood that has existed for years between the two men, because of Dan’s youthful relationship with Maikai’s daughter, Lily, Dan stands up to the establishment, insisting Maikai is innocent.

What happens at the trial, opens a can of worms, revealing a corruption that goes deeper than Dan could have imagined. Maikai has a heart attack and dies. Case closed … not to Dan!

If you love a good mystery with lots of twists and turns that will keep you guessing, you will not be disappointed with “Against the Law.”

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