A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner

A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner: A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner is the thrilling and sensational novel. The author in the novel covers the very human nature and the keen desire bent on crimes and the gribbles in the sins and the crimes. The world of crimes has its own rules and principals. These rules and principles sometimes take very serious and dangerous turns. A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner would keep you entranced till the last line of the book.

The criminals have very cunning minds and schemes to frightened the common people and to attract the attention of the public as well as the media. The nature of the crimes is difficult to assess and to predict. Which turn it takes is not easy to understand. Well trained and well planned minds can detect the origin of the crimes and the activities of the criminals. A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner is the proud display of pen.

Motive, means, and opportunity are all factors to consider. The answer to the classic whodunit mystery.
But what if the individual “who did it” had no reason for doing so? The defendant has everything a person could desire: celebrity, wealth, and a house on Lake Washington’s banks. So why would he murder an unknown drifter in a parking garage under Seattle’s most affluent suburb’s growing downtown?
His attorneys contend that he wouldn’t, therefore he didn’t. A Lack of Motive Stephen Penner is the book you would love to read.

A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner

However, the admittedly grainy surveillance video appears to contradict this. Homicide D.A. As he attempts to bring a killer to justice, David Brunelle meets new friends, old romances, and a tenacious defense counsel. But how can he persuade the jurors that Rappaport committed the crime when he admits he has no motivation?

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Victoria Cross, Dave’s former sweetheart, is wealthy, far more so than my public servant protagonist.
He lets her choose the place when they decide to meet up over a possibly romantic supper. On top of one of those office skyscrapers, he expects to find a pompous, pricey cafe. Instead, she takes him to “The Crab Bucket,” one of Seattle’s hidden gems, located between luxurious complexes that now obscure the lake’s once-pleasant vista. And that’s when Dave falls in love with her all over again, understanding she’s not just wealthy, but also genuine—and not scared to eat crab in front of him. …but does it work out in the end? To discover out, you’ll have to read the book. Before I Let You Go by Kelly Rimmer is also very thrilling and full of action.

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Restaurants and cafés appear often in his writings. , like many other authors, the author likes delving into human connections.He does this most often through talk, and nothing goes better with discourse than a nice cup of coffee or a decent dinner.

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And when one character asks another to a favorite restaurant, it reveals not just what that person enjoys eating, but also what that person hopes to achieve in the relationship. Dave has been brought to fast food joints, fine dining establishments, and now “The Crab Bucket.” Each of these locations was inspired by a restaurant he has visited, and most of the time, his visit was for comparable reasons as his hero’s. That’s probably why such scenes appeal to him so much.A Lack of Motive by Stephen Penner is very good novel that would inspire the readers.

Seattle lawyer David Brunelle knows he’s prosecuting the right man for murder. But without any motive for the crime, can he find the evidence he needs to prove his case before it’s too late? A gripping legal thriller!A Lack of Motive is Book 8 in the top-rated legal thriller series featuring Seattle homicide D.A. David Brunelle and a recurring cast of cops, defense attorneys, and forensic experts. Each book in the series can be read as a stand-alone novel, but also follows the personal and professional growth of Brunelle and his friends and foes.

About the Writer:

Sarah Penner is the New York Times bestselling author of THE LOST APOTHECARY (Park Row Books/HarperCollins), available now wherever books are sold. THE LOST APOTHECARY will be translated into two dozen languages worldwide. Sarah and her husband live in St. Peters burg, Florida with their miniature dachshund, Zoe. To learn more, visit Sarah Penner.com.

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