An FBI agent shoots and kills a black boy during a gang raid gone bad. The politically ambitious Dallas district attorney indicts the agent for manslaughter and turns the case into a cause. The agent begs Federal District Judge A. Scott Fenney to defend her, but that would require he resign his lifetime appointment to the federal bench. He can't.
But he must.
Exciting right to the end but no happy ending. Long discussions
on race, the Constitution and the fears of all of us and our desire to live in peace.. When will we get a President that wants to bring the country together and addresses the real issue. We need another A. Scott F with a more hopeful ending.
Not worth the read..
Unrealistic in many ways especially regarding the DA and her power. Not an uplifting or inspirational book. Hopefully not an accurate picture of the future.
His best book yet
I absolutely loved Tribes. I was so excited to hear that Mark Gimenez had written another Scottt Fenney novel, and this was his best one yet! The cultural relevance was impressive and eerily accurate. It was as if this book were written yesterday. I loved every moment and couldn't put it down! I hope MG continues writing Scott Fenney novels for years to come. I will be waiting on pins and needles for the next one!