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Unscripted (Book Review)

By Benjamin H. Liles

          The latest from Davis Bunn is a tale worthy of an Oscar nomination. It feels about as fast paced as other Davis Bunn books do to me. That's a good thing too. It reminds me of James Scott Bell's books I've read before. Altogether, the book is a wonderful read. Bunn has written numerous books which are worthy of becoming movies, and he has had numerous books gone to being made into movies as well.

           This particular book sees a line producer who has made a name for himself, both in being honest as well as in how he handles other people. Framed for the actions of his soon-to-be-former friend, Danny Byrd, becomes a client to Megan Pierce. She is a lawyer on a fast track to making partner in her own law firm, but not at the price she's willing to pay. So, when Danny inherits part of a hotel things have a chance to turn around for both Danny as well as Megan. But not without a threat on both of them. Can they make it through their ordeal?

           Davis Bunn has written, as I said, numerous books which have won him awards and printed in multiple languages around the world. While I have enjoyed reading what I feel are all of the books he's written so far, I always feel honored to read the books that make it into my hands. But hands down I say He's on the same level of a writer as James Scott Bell. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Revell for a fair and honest review.

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