The Conviction: Enacting Vigilante Justice by John Mathews (Book Review #769)

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The conviction is a short spy thriller vigilante story about a boy taking revenge on being a pawn at a robbery that took place and caused him to go to prison for life. He lures a female prosecutor, two criminal defendants, and a defense attorney into a warehouse set like a maze and plays mind games with them, making them pay for what they did to him.

I really enjoyed the intensity and thrilling nature of the story. I wasn’t a big fan of the profanity and would have preferred the book to be longer. This would have created more of a foundation for the characters, add depth and connectivity.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

What did exist, however, was really well written and put together. There were no loopholes, and the content included many deceptions, mysteries, and twists.

The author has great potential in creating suspenseful stories, and I look forward to reading more from him.

I recommend this story to people who like spy thrillers and mystery short stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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