by CLINTON McKINZIE
DCI Agent Antonio Burns has come to Colorado for a family reunion of
sorts. He and his father plan to confront Anton’s brother, Roberto,
whose life is teetering on the wrong side of the law. For thirty years
a father and his sons have shared an addiction to dangerous, extreme
climbing in the world’s most stunning mountain ranges. But Roberto’s
addiction is testing the bounds of both gravity and natural law. This
might just be their last climb together.
Super Release by Dell Books 2003
RECOGNITION for POINT OF LAW
Super Release in Paperback by Dell Books
prequel to McKinzie’s hardcover debut, The Edge of Justice, this
testosterone-driven thriller melds the author’s passion for extreme
sports with his knowledge of the law (McKinzie is a former deputy district
attorney). Even though the book features only two courtroom scenes,
its fast-paced plot is rife with legal references, law-enforcement lingo,
smart dialogue and vivid characters...This highly readable thriller
is still guaranteed to set readers’ hearts racing and establish McKinzie
as a rising voice in the genre."
an impressive debut, Clinton McKinzie returns with an equally exciting
follow-up...Mesmerizing...a compelling book with that extra edge of
tension making it difficult to put down."
of page-turning excitement."
Point of Law the action kicks in early and keeps rolling until the last
pages. Onion-like, it has layers and layers of mysteries and subplots."
you read one of his books, it will be hard to put it down. They are
action-packed and his descriptions make you feel as if you are right
next to him when he is scaling his beloved mountains."