#UpForReview : Unlawful Justice

#UpForReview : Unlawful Justice

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A powerful legal thriller that moves breathlessly from crime scene to courtroom to homes to lay bare the difference between law and justice.\n\nWe have 30 copies up for review, apply here for a copy. We will send you�this book for free in exchange for an honest review.*\n\nWhy read this?\n\nWill a rape victim from a lower middle class family get justice? Or will the perpetrators get away because they are influential? A lawyer caught up in the midst of both worlds and his duty, with a best friend to aide him in this war for justice – makes up this bestseller already by Vish Dhamija. Get a copy and sit beside the rain soaked windows with a cuppa to read this bloodwarming murder mystery.\n\n\”Magnificent plot , good story line kept me totally engrossed with equal doze of expecting what will come next\” – Amazon reviewer\n\nPick up a copy to review here. This book will be cherished read and a great garnish for your bookshelves!\n\nAuthor(s): Vish Dhamija\nPublisher: Harper Collins India\nRelease: May 2017\nGenre: Fiction/Thriller\nBuy from�Amazon � Please use the affiliate link below & share the love!\n\n\n\n*Standard rewards points�apply. Do read the review policy�if you are applying for the first time. The selection criteria for the reviewers will depend upon the regularity & popularity of their�blogs. Do apply soon as we have limited copies.�\n\nThis book is part of Writersmelon Book Review Program, an initiative to spread the word about new release books. If you are an author or a blogger and wish to be part of this initiative, write to us !�

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