Unfortunately, the plot blurb is the best part of A Reasonable Doubt.
I love the plot. A magician, formerly charged and released on murder charges, disappears while performing his latest trick.
However, the book itself felt disjointed and disorganized. Timelines are juggled as both the magician and his former attorney’s tales are told. Maybe it’s just me. I enjoyed the previous book in the series, Perfect Alibi, much more. Hopefully, other readers will like A Reasonable Doubt more than I did. For me, 3 stars.
Thanks to Minotaur Books and NetGalley for a copy in exchange for my honest review.