Directed Verdict by Randy D. Singer

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In Saudi Arabia, two American missionaries are targeted by the infamous religious police—Muttawa. The man is tortured and killed; his wife arrested on trumped-up charges before being deported to the United States. Compelled by the injustice of her plight, young attorney Brad Carlson files an unprecedented civil rights suit against Saudi Arabia and the ruthless head of the Muttawa. But the suit unleashes powerful forces that will stop at nothing to vindicate the Arabian kingdom. Witnesses are intimidated and some disappear; jurors are bribed; and a member of Brad’s own team may be attempting to sabotage the case. As Brad navigates a maze of treachery and deception, he must gamble his case, his career, and the lives of those he loves on his ability to bring justice to one family, challenge the religious intolerance of a nation, and alter the course of international law. Directed Verdict is a Christy Award–winning novel.
 

About Randy D. Singer

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Randy Singer is a critically acclaimed author and veteran trial attorney. He has penned eight legal thrillers, including the award-winning debut novel Directed Verdict. In addition to practicing law and writing, Randy serves as a teaching pastor for Trinity Church in Virginia Beach, Virginia. He calls it his “Jekyll and Hyde thing”—part lawyer, part pastor. He also serves on the board of legal advisors for the American Center for Law and Justice. He and his wife, Rhonda, live in Virginia Beach and have two grown children. Randy is a permanent guest on the FamilyNet morning radio show, with a special segment called “Ask Me Anything.”
 
Published June 3, 2011 by Tyndale House Publishers, Inc.. 427 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Despite opening the novel with a few stereotypes, Singer eventually smashes others, as in his depiction of Carson's legal secretary (who, with her overweight physique, pack-a-day cigarette habit and constant scowl is no Della Street).

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American missionaries are attacked by the religious police, the Muttawa, in Saudi Arabia and after losing her husband a woman brings her case to Brad Carson, who decides to take the case after hearing her plight.

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