September 28, 2010

Review: Dismissed with Prejudice by Fletcher Cockrell



In “Dismissed with Prejudice.” the power of the purse takes over the Louisiana State basketball team and the corruption escalates to violence, threats and murder. The scandal grows until it involves a multi-million-dollar head coach, the state government and even the mafia. When an assistant coach is forced to become the scapegoat, a small-town lawyer can’t resist investigating. The fierce legal battle that follows exposes just how influential money can be in the crooked politics of college sports. 

Money has the ability to do good things but all too often it sparks evil.  Dismissed with Prejudice is an interesting, thought-provoking read that is perfect for readers who love a good thriller.  I would give this book four out of five stars.

Publish America
January 2010 
335 pages 
$29.95 US






Disclosure:  I received a copy of this book for free.  All opinions expressed are 100% mine.  If you purchase a book using my Amazon or Barnes and Noble link, I will receive a small portion of the purchase price.



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14 comments:

Linda Kish said...

I love thrillers. Count me in, please.

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Bethie said...

Sounds like a great thriller!

PoCoKat said...

Sounds like a good thriller!

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debbie said...

I love this genre, I would love to read it.

Wanda said...

Sounds like a book I'd really enjoy reading! wandanamgreb(at)gmail(dot)com

Tiffany Christie said...

I love thrillers. This looks like a good one. ....Tiffypoot @ (aol.com)

hendy said...

Well I'm a jayhawk fan so I would love to see the demise of LSU

clynsg said...

Fits right in with some of the corruption stories recently in the news.

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Anonymous said...

Always looking for a new author to read...

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loni said...

I work for an attorney and would love to read this!

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Anonymous said...

I like legal fiction reads!

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Laura H. said...

I'm a huge sports fan, hence, the avatar. Looks like an interesting read.

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tallcapp said...

With all the many sport scandals coming to light this book, from your review, sounds like a good read.

ewhatley said...

thrillers are my fave genre; would love to win this one

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