What I didn't like. The book was slow. Some chapters seemed to take it's time getting to the point. It wasn't the writing that was the problem, it just felt like that the writer took his time in getting to where he wanted the reader to go. Overall, the book was written well and I liked it so no complaints.
Did you find that the cover and title represented what the story was really about? It did. The cover immediately showed readers that it was a legal novel and the title had a double meaning. The guilty didn't necessarily refer to those found guilty by a courtroom.
What did you think of the story structure? It was progressive and depended largely on the plot. The author also used more than one macguffin. Everytime you think that's what the story was about, it turned out it wasn't. I liked this and it made the book all the more interesting.
Disclosure - As a Quality Reads Book Club member, I received a free copy of this book from the author via Orangeberry Book Tours in exchange for my honest review.