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Unfair Discrimination

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“Mark Shaiken once again takes readers on an unpredictable roller-coaster ride around the courtroom, legal drama, bankruptcy, and justice that ends with a full resolution of the plot. He finds a rich vein of substance between the principles of law and the true nature of integrity. The storyline feels plausible and embraces its twists and turns, which keep readers thrilled and guessing. Shaiken has set the gold standard for modern legal thrillers with his propulsive five-star work in Unfair Discrimination.”

“[Shaiken] flawlessly critiques the prevalence of hatred, racism, and White Nationalism, the ever-increasing incidents of violence against the minorities, the toxic culture of masculinity, and the self-aggrandizing role of social media in all of it, and he does it with a completely flawed yet appealing, diverse cast of characters. 3J is endearing; her grit, determination, and courage easily earn her readers’ sympathies. The equally appealing Pascale displays intelligence and sensibility. The well-rounded secondary characters, including Steinert, Judge Robertson, and Steele, are fully fleshed-out. There are plenty of twists throughout the narrative, and the cat-and-mouse game that Woody plays with the law keeps the pages flying. Meanwhile, details about how the bankruptcy code and courthouse work in certain states in America are revealed slowly, and readers will have a much sharper picture of the disgruntling procedure by the novel’s end. Your next-must-read legal thriller.”