COMING SOON Theodore ESQUIRE: The Trial

Book Four of the ESQUIRE SERIES

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Reviewed By Lesley Jones for Readers’ Favorite

In Theodore Esquire: The Trial by T.K. Ware, lawyer Theodore Esquire Walker wants nothing more than to make his mentor and first-rate lawyer, Charles Esquire Everson, proud. Everson has gained a reputation for being undefeatable and resolute in battling crimes of injustice. When Deacon Jerrick Bradley is arrested for murder, he swears his innocence. Theodore’s investigations reveal ties to a previous murder case involving a pastor from the same church and a corrupt law firm determined to stop anyone who gets in their way. Even though Theodore’s life is at risk, he is resolved to win the case and bring the true criminals to justice. Theodore is unaware that a detective just released from prison is also seeking revenge. Will Theodore survive long enough to enter the courtroom?

Theodore Esquire: The Trial by T.K. Ware is a fast-paced, action-filled novel that will draw you into the world of the characters from the outset. Although I managed to grasp the backstory of the characters, I would suggest you read the previous novels in this series to gain the maximum scope of the characters and plot. The tension was continuous as the plot began to unravel piece by piece. The story also examines the morals and values of the characters and how far they are willing to go for their own benefit and the lines they are unwilling to cross. The characters are compelling and fascinated me as much as the plot. The story kept me engaged from start to finish and the twists and turns, along with the conflicts, couldn’t have been better placed. I am definitely going to read the previous novels in this series.

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ESQUIRE! ESQUIRE! ESQUIRE!

Everson is a top-notch lawyer with one mission; to come to the aid of helpless victims in their time of need. However, this time around it does not look that simple. Francis Newberry, a missionary arrested for a double homicide, seems to be hiding something even from him, her lawyer.

As the case progresses, Everson soon realizes he is caught up in a vicious struggle for revenge.

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Truly A LAWYER OF FAITH

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Reviewed By Edith Wairimu for Readers’ Favorite

Two gunshots, a missionary and calculated revenge are the bewildering twists that capture the attention of Charles Everson, or better still, Esquire. In the book Esquire: The Lawyer of Faith – Part One by T.K. Ware, Everson is atop-notch lawyer with one mission; to come to the aid of helpless victims in their time of need and put the bad guys away. However, this time around it does not look that simple. Francis Newberry, a missionary arrested for a double homicide, seems to be hiding something even from him, her lawyer. At first, the facts seem to be straightforward. A battle ensued and, in the name of self-defense, two shots were fired. As the case progresses, Everson soon realizes he is caught up in a vicious struggle for revenge. As things take a turn for the worse, he starts to doubt every single detail he has gathered regarding the case and all that he knows about the victim.

Esquire: The Lawyer of Faith – Part One by T.K. Ware is packed with enthralling action and intriguing plot twists which make it the kind of book you read in one sitting. From deceit to revenge, Ware writes a compelling story that will have a grip on any reader. Still, T.K. Ware manages also to build powerful characters who dominate each scene effectively. The character presented by Charles Everson is an admirable one, which made me more emotionally attached to the story. The book evoked my emotions as I sympathized with different characters and felt anger and despair in between. It was an engaging read and I definitely recommend it to readers who are fans of books in the Christian thriller genre.

Reviewed By Milton Kelly- Blogger

I read “ESQUIRE: The Lawyer of Faith” in one day because the story is very interesting from the cover until the last page. There is something about receiving a gift that turns out to be a 9mm gun, especially when it was inscribed, made this Christian Suspense narrative very entertaining that I couldn’t stop reading until the conclusion. This isn’t the first book of T.K. Ware’s that I’ve read,and I look forward to much more from T.K. Ware, although this is one is my favorite book. As usual, T.K Ware always provided a great stories, drawing a picture in Sermon, to shows the readers that there is faith and hope in every situation. Also we should put our trust in God, and with a great story line mixed with twists, turns, and justice. I thoroughly enjoyed this well-written story, and read it from the title page to the final page in one day. I definitely recommend this story, and read many of his works.

Amy’s Bookshelf Reviews

A Real Page-Turner! Something about receiving a 9mm gun as a gift, especially when it was inscribed, made this story one of those I couldn’t put down until the end. This isn’t the first book of Ware’s that I’ve read, and I look forward to much more from Ware, but this is one that is on my unforgettable list. As usual, with his other stories, there is faith and trust in God, and a great story line mixed with twists, turns, and justice. I thoroughly enjoyed this well written story, and read it from the title page to the final page in one sitting. Highly recommended, but of course, I recommend all of his work.

Trial of INJUSTICE Book Review and Insert

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Tom smiled. “Pastor Ganvis, since you’re a man of integrity, an honest man, a man who lives by biblical principles, and one who preaches the gospel, doesn’t your book say something about adultery and murder? If so, can you recite that particular scripture for those of us who haven’t lived as yourself?”

Pastor Ganvis pressed his lips together and glanced over at Charles. “It says, thou shalt not commit adultery, and thou shall not kill.”

“Exactly!” Tom said, pointing at Pastor Ganvis and looking at the jury. “I’m here to prove this preacher is guilty of both.”

Amy’s Bookshelf Review
This story was absolutely amazing. The writing of Ware was intense and thought-provoking. A Christian mystery that sends the story over the edge. A pastor, who has a strong belief in God, is arrested for murder. The idea that he may be guilty or innocent creeps up in different areas of the story. Would a pastor commit murder? So many questions that lend to the journey of finding the truth. This book is clean, mysterious and full of action. It will keep you on the edge of your seat and it proves that good stories come from great minds, as Ware has certainly proven with all of his work.

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