Review: An Accidental Life, Pamela Binnings Ewen

*Disclaimer: I received a free copy of this book on Netgalley from the publisher in return for an honest review*
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In a 1982 New Orleans courtroom the best kept secret in the world is about to unravel, and a young couple's jet set lives are about to change. Senior district attorney Peter Jacobs is facing the trial of a lifetime, a passionate, spiritual battle against an evil with far reaching consequences. His beloved wife Rebecca, a glamorous and driven partner at a major law firm, suddenly finds her life spun out of control and her new faith tested while facing a once in a lifetime choice.

After practicing law for many in Houston, Texas, Pamela Binnings Ewen turned to writing. She lives in Mandeville, Louisiana near New Orleans.

I had some trouble with this book and I will start with those so I can leave you with the good. I did not really like Rebecca's part of the book. I felt she gave in to certain circumstances to easy when just a few pages before she was having a more tough attitude. Though I am in no position to judge what emotions like that do to you I would have expected a bit more of a struggle from a woman who had to fight for her position as she did.
The trial on the other hand was really really well done and I loved reading those chapters even though the subject was not so pretty. I never considered the circumstances described in this book and I do feel that it helps bringing something under attention. It was not always easy to read due to the circumstances but it did keep me reading because I really wanted to know the outcome of the trial.
I do have to give a warning that this book is not really for people with a strong feelings about abortion. This book gives you details you might not want to be aware of on the procedure.

An Accidental Life
Author: Pamela Binnings Ewen
Publisher: B&H Books
Pages: 368
Format: eGalley
ISBN-10: 0805464328
ISBN-13: 9780805464320
B&H Books: Trade Paperback
An Accidental Life

3 star review

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19 August, 2013 delete

The cover is so nice... too bad parts of the book wasn't.

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