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Question 12 ~ Just Quit

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Question 12 ~ Just Quit

Post by Scott » September 12th, 2016, 4:44 pm

This is a discussion question for the June 2016 Book of the Month, Justice by Scott Hughes.


Question 12 ~ Just Quit

Brynn could have both either chosen to work on her marriage or divorce her husband instead of cheating on him. Equally, Marcus could have either chosen to work on his marriage or divorce his wife instead of doing what he did to her. Near the end of the book, Juice asks Joseph “why don’t you just quit?” Why do you think Joseph doesn’t quit? Do you think Joseph has a lot in common with Brynn and/or Marcus? Is it possible that’s what makes Joseph such a good prosecutor?



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