Book Review: Unlawful Justice by Vish Dhamija

Title: Unlawful Justice

Author: Vish Dhamija

Genre: Legal Thriller

Publisher: Harper Collins

Format: Paperback

Pages: 296

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Blurb

Baby the sixteen year old daughter of the Diwan household was raped and brutalized. Vansh Diwan is caught between his family and the powerful client Maninder Singh. When his wife Priti was heartbroken due to his decision and reasoning that is when Priti brings her old friend Akash Hingorani  into the picture.

Akash Hingorani, top criminal lawyer and best friend to Priti and Vansh, must step up. He is Baby’s last chance. But things quickly change when the rape investigation turns into a murder investigation. A powerful legal thriller that moves breathlessly from crime scene to courtroom to homes to lay bare the difference between law and justice.

Review

This book was purchased from Amazon and I had purchased this book based on Amazon’s suggestion as I love legal and crime thrillers the most.  The title and the book cover caught my attention which I liked the most. The first half of the book has been great. It also showcased the dark side of the society where people like Maninder Singh showed their power of money and tried to suppress the crime which was done by his son Maheep Singh. The book was written in simple language and was easy to understand. The vocabulary what was used by the author is amazing.

The second part of the book I felt it was dragged too much because of the repetitive court scenes. The court room scenes were nothing special and it looked like regular ones. The book has a good ending however with an unexpected twist which would make you think.

I would recommend this book to all those who love legal thrillers and also to those folks who are trying to find the extraordinary work done by the Indian authors.

My Rating: 3.5/5*

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