Chequered Justice: This was a very interesting and page turning experience. I had to struggle to put the book down as I kept wanting to know what happened next. It was a pleasure to read a book which did not fall into the trap of repeating itself every few pages. The author obviously felt the reader was intelligent enough not to need an update on the history of previous events already mentioned. The fact it seemed so true to life was another point in its favour. All in all if you like detective stories with or without the legal wrangling this book will not disappoint.
–Mrs. A. Robertspm
Chequered Justice: I found this book really hard to put down and would definitely recommend it as a good read anyway, but I particularly think everyone should read this just to get an idea of how easy it is for things to go wrong in the pursuit of ‘justice’. It is obvious that there was corruption involved in this case, but even without that, it is clear that our legal system has many shortcomings that people should be aware of.
The book was gripping and in parts heartbreaking. I would love to see this made into a film so that more people could hear this story.
Chequered Justice: Can appreciate the comments of others that it moves in time periods but if you stick with it you will understand why it has been written that way. Incredible book once you get into it I could not put it down and you just wonder what is going to happen next to Will. As a motor racing fan I could also appreciate it too from a racing point of view and gave you another insight into racing. Great insight into the legal system and what can go on, sometimes it felt as though you were in the court too ! Makes you think about life a bit more and realise how precious those close to you are.
You regularly read in the press the appalling miscarriages of justice that occur and you normally write it off with a shrug saying, ‘we’re all human and we make mistakes’… Chequered Justice gives a wake up call to that perception with a hard hitting, no nonesense ‘fictional’ account on what is really happening.
–S. Gray “g2books”