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The Ties That Bind is book six in the Sydney Legal Series by Chris Taylor.
Trey Walker was coming home when his brother Wade rang him for help. On arrival, Trey found his brother and a young unconscious woman. However, Trey Walker did not realise that helping Wade and this young woman would destroy and change his life in a way that he did not foresee. That night Trey Walker was charged with rape, and Kiesha Munro came into his life to defend him in court. The readers of The Ties That Bind will continue to follow the case to see what happens to Trey Walker.
The Ties That Bind is another excellent addition to the Sydney Legal Series by Chris Taylor. I like the way, Chris Taylor, described her settings and the plot of The Ties That Bind. I love Chris Taylor’s portrayal of her Characters and the way she interacted them with each other.
The Ties That Bind is well written and researched by Chris Taylor. I engage with the plot of The Ties That Bind from the first page and glued to the book until the conclusion of this book.
The readers of The Ties That Bind will learn about the constraints that lawyers have with their clients. Also, the readers of The Ties That Bind will see what happens when resentful, jealousy and favouritism of one person over another can destroy families.
I recommend this book.
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Lies and Deception is book four in the Sydney Legal Series by Chris Taylor. Monica Radford wanted to have a baby, and at Monica boss’s wedding in Fiji, the perfect candidate Colby Shearer collided with her. However, After a lovely week in Fiji Monica said goodbye to Colby and through she will never see him again. However, this was not the case. Monica came face to face with Colby during her brother Tom Radford trial. The Readers of Lies and Deception will follow the twist and turns in Monica and Colby relationship and Tom Radford trial.
Wow, I loved reading Lies and Deception. I loved the way, Chris Taylor put the twist and turns in Lies and Deception, and I was unable to go to sleep until the last page was read. Chris Taylor did a great job in portraying her characters especially Monica and Colby. I also like that Chris Taylor highlighted the problems children can have after their parent’s divorce. I love the way, Chris Taylor always includes characters from previous books. While reading Lies and Deception, I did not expect who the real murder was.
The readers of Lies and Deception you will learn about courtroom procedures for both defence and the prosecution. Also, the readers will realise the problems of being deceitful for everyone involved. Reading Lies and Deceptions, you will start to understand the importance of friendship and consideration to others. Lies and Deception also highlights that having an affair behind your partner’s back is not a good idea for anyone involved.
I recommend this book!
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A Woman Scorned is book three of the new series by Chris Taylor called Sydney Legal. Detective Constable James Shepherd and his partner Detective Constable Hung Wang were working the late shift when they caught a case of the murder of Doug Hanley. One morning Sally-Ann Li was rushing to get to work when she received a phone call from her Sister, Aimee, about the death of her ex-brother-in-law and the police were coming to talk to her. At first sight, Detective Constable James Shepherd and Sally-Ann Li clicked. The readers of A Woman Scorned will follow the twists and turns of Detective Constable James Shepherd investigation and will wonder if James and Sally-Ann will get together.
Wow, I loved that Chris Taylor combined two stories that entwine together and concluded with a twist that I did not expect. I enjoy the writing style of Chris Taylor and the ways she portrays her characters. Chris Taylor knows how to keep her readers glued to the pages of her books. Reading A Woman Scorned I did not guess who the murder was and it was a real shock. By reading A Woman Scorned I started to understand why some cultures can be scared of the police and Chris Taylor portray this very well. I also like that Chris Taylor describes the issues of racism and the effects it has on everyone.
Readers of A Woman Scorned will learn about police procedures. A Woman Scorned highlights the consequences when someone steals your identity. Also, readers of A Woman Scorned will learn about lie dictators and legal ramification of them.
I recommend this book.
The Baby Snatchers is book three of Sydney Harbour Hospital Series by Chris Taylor.
The Baby Snatchers is about stealing of young unmarried girls babies by telling them they had died during the night. However, the problems in the scheme started to crumble when Detective Sergeant Cameron Dawson began to investigate after his sister’s baby was reported to have died of SID during the night. However, during the investigation romance blossom between Detective Sergeant Cameron Dawson and the Midwife Georgie Whitely.
I enjoy reading The Baby Snatchers. I love the way Chris Taylor portrays her characters especially the interaction between Cameron and Cynthia. I like the way Chris Taylor describes the life as a maternity nurse. I like the way Chris Taylor ensure that her readers feel they are part of the plot. I amazed with how Chris Taylor writes about social issues in away that makes the readers start to think about the consequences of these problems on today’s society.
Reading The Baby Snatchers, I would cry, and other times I would laugh with what the main characters get up to. I was surprised by who was behind this elaborate scheme of taking young girls babies from the Sydney Harbour Hospital.
The readers of The Baby Snatchers will learn how mothers suffer when they lose their child. Also, the readers of The Baby Snatchers will learn about youth homelessness and the consequences for young people who find themselves without a home to go to. Reading The Baby Snatchers, you will learn about how law enforcement officers conduct and gather information in a criminal investigation.
I recommend this book.
Wow, At the Hand of Her Father is another great success for Chris Taylor. I have read twenty two of Chris Taylor’s books and I am still in love with her writing style and her way of describing social issues that affects everyone.
At the Hand of Her Father is book two of the new Chris Taylor series called Sydney Legal. Natalie Johnson thought all her worries are over after the judge made his discussion on the custody dispute between her and ex-husband Ian Johnson. However, this was not the case, and her life and her family were changed forever when Ian Johnson killed their daughter. The readers of At the Hand of Her Father will follow the court case of Ian Johnson. Also, the readers of At the Hand Of Her Father will follow the blossoming romance between Natalie Johnson and Blake Harton Junior her ex-husband lawyer.
I loved At the Hand of Her Father, however, the only problem I have with this book I finished it too quickly. I like the way Chris Taylor portrays her characters and intertwines characters from other books in the series, for example, Ben Fitzgerald. I learn by reading At the Hand of Her Father about court procedures and selecting jurors. Also, by reading At the Hand of Her Father it started me thinking about the consequences for everyone involved in a custody battle. I like the way Chris Taylor describe to the readers of At the Hand of Her Father that the outcome of the court case has no winners.
At the Hand of Her Father, the readers will need to have a box of tissues close to your chair. Also, readers of At the Hand of Her Father will learn about the condition called a dissociative state and the consequences of this mental illness on the suffer and the people around them. The readers of At the Hand of Her Father will love the ending of this book.
I recommend this book.
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The Accidental Murderer is the first book in the new Sydney Legal Series by Chris Taylor (Author). I do not know about anyone else, but I always worry when an Author I enjoy starts a new series. However, after the first couple of pages, my fears was squashed. Wow, the Sydney Legal Series will be another great success for Chris Taylor (Author).
An Accidental Murderer is about young registered nurse called Zheng who gave an elderly patient Hydrogen Peroxide instead of cough medicine.
The reason Zheng gave the wrong medicine was that she was unable to read the label on the bottle. However, the Judge did not believe her and gave her five years in jail.
Zheng convention for manslaughter worried her lawyer Blake Harton who ask a colleague Ben Fitzgerald what could be done about the issue of nurses graduating without been able to read and write English.
An Accidental Murderer continues to follow Ben Fitzgerald investigation into the hospitals and the Richmond University Nursing School.
However, the case is not as straightforward has Blake and Ben thought, and with the added complication of Abby Brown joining the Sydney Legal Law Firm, Ben needs to keep his mind on the job. Abby Brown bought up memoirs that Ben Fitzgerald was trying to forget. Readers of An Accidental Murderer will be shocked with the conclusion of this book.
The readers of An Accidental Murderer will like the twist and turns with the case intertwine with the rekindle romance between Ben and Abby. Readers will like the way Chris Taylor (Author) portrayed the two main characters, Ben Fitzgerald and Abby Brown who knew each other when they were young teenagers with drugs and alcohol problems. An Accidental Murderer will show the readers that you can seek help and change your life after substance abuse. Amazing the way Chris Taylor (Author) smoothly combined the Sydney Harbour Hospital Series and the Sydney Legal Series together.
I recommend this book.
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The Likeable Fraudster is book nine and the last of the Sydney Harbour Hospital Series by Chris Taylor.
The readers of Likeable Fraudster will follow a rollercoaster ride with the blossom romance between Dr Jake Alexander oncologist and Dr Katrina West radiologist intertwine with finding who killed Dr Shane Cannington.
However, the readers of The Likeable Fraudster will be surprised with the hidden twist in this book and how it affected all the characters. Also, readers will be surprised by the conclusion of the Likeable Fraudster.
While I was reading The Likeable Fraudster, I learnt about the consequence for someone when you go to the police and accuse someone of a crime that they did not do. Also, readers of The Likeable Fraudster will learn about the problems and consequence when doctors get involved with drug manufacturing. Readers of The Likeable Fraudster will learn about the importance of friendship which was highlighted by Jake Alexander and Kevin Johnson.
I enjoy the way Chris Taylor portrayed her characters and how the intertwined with each other in the story. Chris Taylor does an excellent job of representing important social issues that affect our society. In The Likeable Fraudster, Chris Taylor highlights domestic violence and drug manufacturing. Also, to use the main characters Isobel Donnelly and Mason Alexander from The Perfect Husband book one of the Sydney Habour Hospital series in The Likeable Fraudster is an excellent way to finish the series.
I recommend this book.
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On a wet Melbourne day, I opened up my iBook and started to search for a book to read. I enjoy the genre of romantic suspense, for example, Nora Roberts. However, during my searching, I found “The Profiler” by Chris Taylor. I sat down in my favour chair with my dog Bossy laying beside me, and I started to read “The Profiler”, and the book hooked me after the first couple of pages.The Profiler is book one of the Munro Family Series and it about Ellie and Clayton.
Clayton Munro is a criminal profiler with the Australian Federate Police. Clayton is a widow with a four-year-old daughter and the way Chris Taylor describe the way he let go of the death of his first wife and finds love again with Ellie. Ellie is a policewoman in the New South Wales police force who is also trying to forget the death of her child. The story continues to entwine these two characters lives so they can find love and closure.
The readers of Profile will go on a rollercoaster ride with the twist and turns of the investigation into the death of young girls and the way Chris Taylor intertwine Ellie’s and Clayton’s romance into the plot.
Readers will learn about the role of profiling and how it entwines into police investigations. Also, will learn about different ways people handle grieve and how it affects their lives and of others. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Australian Romantic Suspense.
Predator is book three in the Munro Family Series. Brandon could not admit that he had Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and this cause him to separated from the woman he loves Alex. Alex Cavanaugh (Munro) did not tell Brandon that she had his son. Alex thought that she would never need to tell Brandon. However, this was not the case due to Brandon transferring into Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team where Alex works and puts Alex into a spin.
Predator takes the reader on a rollercoaster ride about how Brandon Munro won his wife Alex Cavanaugh back and his son Sam. Also, entwined with the renew romance between Alex and Brandon is the investigation by Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team into who is grooming young girls on the Internet.
The readers of Predator with love the way he bubbling romance between Alex and Brandon and the twist and turns are intertwined throughout the book. The conclusion of Predator and the identity of the person who is preying on young people will be a surprise and shocked to the readers.
I love the way Chris Taylor portrays her characters. Also, how she writes about social and community issue in a way that hopefully, will ensure that people start to think about ways to protect kids from Internet predators.
The predator also entwines other members of the Brandon family highlighting the importance of having families to support you in the time of trouble.
Readers of Predator would learn about Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and how it affects the suffers. Also, the readers will learn about the great work of the Australian Federal Police High Tech Operations Team.
I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys Australian romantic suspense.
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The Investigator is the second book in the Munro Family Series, and like all ten books in the Munro Family Series, I was unable to put the book down! You need to have a box of tissues next to you when you read this book.
Kate Collins lived in England due to her worries about her Mother came back to Watervale in New South Wales. Riley Munro ended up in Watervale due to a problem he had in Sydney.
Kate and Riley collided when Kate came to make a missing person report at the Watervale Police Station. Readers of The Investigator will go on a roller coaster ride with the twist and turns in the investigation into the disappearance of Kate’s Mother entwine with the bubbling romance between Kate and Riley. Readers of The Investigator will be surprised and shocked with the conclusion of this book.
I think it is wonderful that Chris Taylor weaves the Munro indigenous heritage by making the Munro twins Clayton and Riley look like one of their parents. Riley is tall, dark, handsome and Clayton “Profiler” is big, blonde and beautiful. I like the way Chris Taylor portrayed Riley Munro has an honest and supportive of others and his community, and especially the woman of his dreams is amazing. Also, I am impressed with Chris Taylor portrayal of a young girl who suffered from violence as a child and how this affected her.
Readers of The Investigator would learn about law enforcement corruption and how it can affect the law enforcement officers who are incidentally involved. Reading The Investigator, you will learn about domestic violence and the consequences for everyone who is involved. The Investigator also highlights some of the issues that Aboriginals have in the community. I recommend this book.
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