I am attracted to novels with subtitles like “A Psychological-Legal Thriller.” Right to an Attorney by R. Sims carries that subtitle. I visited the Amazon website to look at the reviews, looked at the summary and decided to download the novel from Kindle Unlimited (KU). I am happy that I did not pay for it. It is well written as far as grammar, phrasing, and all the mechanical stuff. It has some unusual vocabulary. I probably will never look at the word “fulfilling” in the same way ever again. But it was disappointing in several ways up to 86% of the novel. After that, it was fast-paced, interesting, with several twists. But I felt like I had paid my dues to get there.