If you are a fan of fast-paced, action-packed thrillers that combine corruption and murder with courtroom drama, then ‘Predatory Kill’ by Kenneth Eade is the best choice you could ever make. The author’s compelling writing and brilliant dialogue will remind you of John Grisham’s first novels, which makes Kenneth Eade an author you must follow because his writing will become even better, and each new novel will take you by surprise. The author is already well-known for his bestselling novel ‘An Involuntary Spy’, for which he was praised by both critics and Amazon reviewers.
‘Predatory Kill’ is the story of Brent Marks, a lawyer with over 20 years of experience in divorces and drunk driving cases. Finally, he gets to work on bigger cases, cases of true social importance that can offer him the satisfaction that he is doing something for the world and helps people who are truly in need. However, he didn’t expect a predatory lending case against the big banks for wrongful foreclosure on a house to turn into a murder investigation. Brent’s client is April Marsh, a young woman who finds herself in a greater danger than she could have ever imagined. Her mother was murdered, and her father was almost beaten to death. She believes her parents’ predatory lender is to blame, and she hopes that Brent Marks will be able to defend her case and prove that banks are not above the law.
The battle for justice has never been more difficult and unfair. Brent doesn’t know whom to trust, and he finds himself in great danger, just like poor April. How will he be able to put an end to this case when he has to deal with murder, corruption, lies, and hostile witnesses? He needs to use his skill, his wits, and all his legal experience if he wants to stay alive and fight those who consider themselves powerful enough to take advantage of anyone that stands in their way. When money and power are involved, the big businesses will stop at nothing to get what they want.
Kenneth Eade is an international business lawyer who is specialized in international law, Internet law, appeals, and complex litigation. He uses his knowledge and experience to write legal thrillers that will keep readers on the edge of their seats. His career in law has given him the unique ability to create believable, intriguing plots, and realistic characters readers can easily relate to. He is also an accomplished filmmaker and a freelance writer for the Los Angeles Daily Journal, and an outspoken critic of genetically modified foods and the overuse of pesticides.