Combining high-altitude climbing action with sizzling courtroom drama and raw tension, The Edge of Justice is a thriller like no other. Special Agent Antonio Burns--climber, cop, Combining high-altitude climbing action with sizzling courtroom drama and raw tension, The Edge of Justice is a thriller like no other. Special Agent Antonio Burns--climber, cop, brother, son, risk-taker.
But as he digs deeper into the case, Antonio is certain he has found a murder…and a stunning connection to the trial of two men about to be executed for a crime they did not commit. With a beautiful reporter sharing his investigation, he must make a harrowing ascent: Paperback , pages.
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Aug 04, Kara Jorges rated it it was amazing. The official first book of the Antonio Burns series has Anton, a Wyoming state narcotics agent, investigating a supposedly accidental death in Laramie. The death Anton is investigating is supposed to be an open-and-shut accident case, as the girl fell off the ro The official first book of the Antonio Burns series has Anton, a Wyoming state narcotics agent, investigating a supposedly accidental death in Laramie.
The death Anton is investigating is supposed to be an open-and-shut accident case, as the girl fell off the rock face of Vedauwoo. Equally suspicious is the lackadaisical job the coroner did with the autopsy, destroying valuable evidence. Neither is the small climbing cult in Laramie, run by thuggish Billy Heller, a climber past his prime who surrounds himself with adoring younger climbers, some of them girls who endure his rough sexual practices in order to get their hands on the methamphetamine he sells.
Most of the local police are hostile toward Anton and his investigation, and any of the climbers Anton talks to seem to wind up dead. That their deaths all bear similarities to the death Karge is pinning on the brothers convinces him that Heller, not the brothers, are guilty of that crime. Anton only has a few allies, his boss, a big black deputy, a lovely reporter, and his big dog Oso.tomergreenfeld.com/3529.php
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Everyone else seems to want him suspended or dead. However, his character rang true, as did the personalities of both Anton and Oso. It was no secret who the bad guys were, but there was a bit of suspense as to what actually happened the night the girl fell off the cliff, and I turned the pages quickly to find out what was going to happen next. This is an entertaining series of thrillers, and I look forward to more. Nov 10, Shannon rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: I actually was going to review a different Clinton McKinzie book, but it isn't yet in the choices.
However, The Edge of Justice totally rocked a pun - as the main character is a rock climber This book is set in Laramie, Wyoming - which happens to be the town where I grew up. McKinzie nails the characters in the book - they seem very realistic. His main character, Special Agent Antonio Burns is just they kind of guy you would want helping you if you were in trouble. He is tenacious, conflic I actually was going to review a different Clinton McKinzie book, but it isn't yet in the choices.
He is tenacious, conflicted and brave. I've read three of McKinzie's books; and I have bought all of them.
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If you are looking for excitement and suspense, yet like books that are realistic, then this writer may be for you. I love his books. Apr 09, Carl Alves rated it it was ok. Set in Wyoming, The Edge of Justice, prominently features mountain climb. The lead character, Antonio Burns, is a special agent who lives for climbing mountains.
Burns is facing a multitude of problems including trouble for shooting three drug dealers in self-defense, his brother who is in jail, and protecting a couple of innocent people from receiving the death penalty. All of this leads to the son of the DA, who enjoys the party life a bit too much and likes to surround himself with drugs and Set in Wyoming, The Edge of Justice, prominently features mountain climb.
All of this leads to the son of the DA, who enjoys the party life a bit too much and likes to surround himself with drugs and pretty women. The plot was thin. The characterization was weak, and the action is overly melodramatic. I was never able to get into the novel. I would advise passing on this. Carl Alves — author of Blood Street Dec 06, Steve rated it really liked it.
This is a tough one to rate. We picked this up at a used book sale mainly because it is based in Laramie, Wyoming just 50 or so miles up the road from us in Fort Collins. It's a page-turner and quick read. Yet, the story is very implausible as I guess most mysteries are. Things that happen in the book could never, ever happen in real life. So I'm torn what to give it.
I think if you like a good mystery and can suspend disbelief you will enjoy this. If you have trouble with far fetched story line This is a tough one to rate. If you have trouble with far fetched story lines then this probably isn't for you. But at the end, I did enjoy it as did my wife even though we both complained about some of the things that happen in the book.
Dec 22, Patty rated it it was amazing. Set in Wyoming, the main character is in law enforcement and a climber. Earn achievements for your harmonious game play! Enjoy exclusive concept art, wallpapers, and soundtrack! Never get lost with the strategy guide. Buy this game, Get 3 Punches!
Internet Explorer 7 or later. Reviews at a Glance. Edge of Justice Collector's Edition is rated 3. I just came across this game and heading to grab the rest in the series! Rated 5 out of 5 by cabanaeast18 from Amen, buscuitsmama I agree with everything. It's a great game! Wonderful hand-drawn graphics not typical, robotic computer stuff. Great story and characters! Awesome little scarecrow helper! I like them all. One of the few series that I play over and over. I can't wait for the next one and our little "helper". It is fun and comfortable game play. Just the way I like it.
I'm more concern about the lack of extras.
I Loved collecting 24 owls and 6 statuettes. But only collectibles in the main game. I would of liked a lot more. No replays for hops or mini-games. Loved the jigsaw and achievements. The bonus game is fun but short. The bonus is about the tools of Titan.
You go through three portals. The hops are varied. I'm not big on story hops and they have lots of them. The story hops did tell you more about the story but I would have preferred a video in it's place and more list hops. I really Loved the hops with coins with a grab claw. Loved the hops with choosing two pictures like bird and fire equals phoenix from the list. I loved all but two puzzles. The maze is great. My little Scarecrow companion, Tom is the cutest. Rated 5 out of 5 by tntbledsoe from Premium I don't review games very often, but I use reviews to help me ultimately buy a game I am on the fence about.
If you are on the fence about this one, go buy it now! There are so many games out there that sometimes I get one thinking it will be good and then just mindlessly play it to get it over with. This one is different. The story line is familiar, but unique and interesting. I love that when I use an item in my inventory the screen comes alive with the object doing the action for example, I chose a vase of water to douse a fire and the vase actually reared back and threw itself forward a few times as though I were doing it I enjoy little extras like collecting things and I appreciate when there is a way that I can go back to specific areas in case I miss an item.
There is an owl hidden in each scene and a button in the menu bar where I can see which owls I missed. I can click on any blank spots and it instantly takes me to that scene so I can look again. Another thing I appreciate is not having to use arrows to scroll through the items in my inventory.
The items automatically scroll left or right if I hover on that edge. Its the little details that make this game a winner for me. I gladly pay extra for a collectors edition when such attention has been given. Get it and you won't be disappointed! Rated 5 out of 5 by elijahsmamaw from Very awesome sequel! I've been playing games for a very long time. I used to play and review many, many games here at bfg. I've been back for a couple of months and have been very pleased with a lot of the games I've been buying and playing here, this third installment of League of Light ranks right up there as one of my "new" faves!!
I'll leave the technical reviewing to sunnyglow, whom I must say, has very similar taste in games with me, which makes those reviews, for myself, very helpful and I usually seek out those reviews for the few years of games I missed when I was gone! Very quickly, I'm happy to have my little buddy back, but I also really appreciate that the devs have given us the option to use the helper or not!!! It's the same as experience levels, most hardcore gamers like to use the custom setting to make the game run the exact way they enjoy it.
And most of the bigger devs have listened and now offer that amazing "custom" button! So I have really enjoyed this game, it's even better with all the little extras given to us by the amazing devs, making it "my game"!! Thanks for listening to my little "rant"!! Rant over, now back to your regularly scheduled gaming! Okay senior investigator, return to the League of Light: Edge of Justice and embark on a new journey as your investigation leads you to a small town where you must restore the peace! The city of Hamelin thought that an era of piece was to begin after a mysterious flutist saved the town from rats.
But he's back now, wanting revenge after being denied his rightful dues justice! You're sent to investigate and to find a way to stop the man. You must use all your seasoned skills to discover his motives because the citizens fear for their safety. Can you and your little scarecrow friend track down the flutist and uncover his devious plans? This won't be an easy task since you face a vengeful adversary with a "dark magic" flute!
This is another exciting installment of the League of Light series which I thoroughly enjoyed. This continuing saga has some of the best visuals ever — every scene is painted with rich colors, accompanied by great details and amazing graphics quality — absolutely stunning. Also, the soundtracks are suitably epic and the voice-overs are pleasant and does a good job of keeping you on track. Every location is loaded with tasks waiting for you to solve.
However, since most inventory would be used nearly immediately after being picked up, the challenge is not really there. Nonetheless, at least I found the highly-interactive hidden object scenes to be entertaining and the puzzles, especially the more unique ones, to be extremely interesting. Previous editions may be more challenging, but many casual gamers are familiar with the story of the Pied Piper of Hamelin. Few realize however, that the story is based on real events, which evolved over the years into a fairy tale made to scare children.
I highly recommend this adventure to players of all levels.
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