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Code of the Forest When Wade McNabb, Publisher Of The Georgetown Pilot, Exposes High Level Political Corruption Surrounding A Chemical Plant On The South Carolina Coast, A Powerful Senator, Steeped In The Ancient Code Of The State S Insider Politics, Threatens To Bring Down McNabb And His Newspaper Wade Turns For Help To Kate Stewart, A Young Lawyer Who Has Left A Large Law Firm For A Fresh Start On Her Own In Georgetown These Two Fiercely Independent Souls Form A Wary Alliance For The Legal Battle That Follows It S A Fight That Shows Them The Power Of Connections Good And Bad To Change Their Lives Forever.

  • Hardcover
  • 362 pages
  • Code of the Forest
  • Jon Buchan
  • English
  • 03 October 2019
  • 9780984107353

About the Author: Jon Buchan

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10 thoughts on “Code of the Forest

  1. says:

    Set along the coast of Georgetown, South Carolina, a battle rages between local environmentalists and the corrupt politicians over whether or not to allow a chemical plant to be built Wade McNabb, publisher of the newspaper, has never trusted lawyers, but he knows he needs to set those feelings aside in order to expose the dishonesty in the courtroom Kate Stewart is a female lawyer trying to make her way in the men s world of politics Even though she was once burned by the media, she must move forward and trust Wade McNabb, or else her career won t survive.The South is where time tends to stand still and the state of South Carolina is no exception This book demonstrates the delicate beauty that makes up Georgetown County While it also reveals the crooked side of the judicial system, where it is of whom you know rather than what you can prove Buchan s first novel develops at a fast pace and is an enticing read Extremely well written, readers will be turned into instant fans No...

  2. says:

    It s an intriguing book, set mainly in Georgetown, SC The characters are well developed, as is the plot For anyone interested in the good ole boy politics of the south, it s a must If you re familiar with the south, you will find lo...

  3. says:

    Thoroughly captures the flavor and character of the South Shades of John Grisham, John Hart, David Balducci another Southern attorney who can transfer his keen eye and ear to spinning a tale with universal appeal Original and timely subject matter that explores legal and moral compasses Set in a charming coastal town where everyone know everyone and thei...

  4. says:

    Liked this book very much, perhaps because it takes place in one of my favorite places, Georgetown, SC I would call it Southern atmospheric, legal newspaper procedural The author, as a former newsman and attorney, knows what he is talking about.

  5. says:

    Beautifully crafted story of love and loss, truth and lies, the good old boy network, and Buchan does an outstanding job of character development and tells a great story start to finish

  6. says:

    Reads like a Grisham Lots of cool SC details Buchan works with Bill I would rec to folks who like Grisham.

  7. says:

    Interesting legal stories environmental conflict and I liked the characters, especially Kate and Wade.

  8. says:

    This one will make you shudder at how the judicial system works behind the scenes, and how people can look right past one another and never see them or consider them There are so many characters you want to root for in this book, and Buchan does ...

  9. says:

    Code of the Forest was a page turner A novel about the lowcountry of South Carolina specifically Georgetown, my first home as a child just a stone s throw down the road from my current home here in Pawleys Island It is obvious that Jon Buchan knows Georgetown It is also obvious that he also knows South Carolina He was born and raised in Mullins not too far from here, but left us for schooling at Woodbury Forest, a school I know well, and Princeton, a school that I could never get into An attorney himself, Buchan intertwines journalism with the law in a fight of wrong vs right, progressivism vs backward thinking, and a lady attorney in league with a second generation newspaperman vs the SC good old boy establishment Its all there in a fascinating tale involving politics, the environment, constitutional rights, a little beach m...

  10. says:

    An interesting read, set in my hometown of Georgetown,SC The writing about the political machinations was good but the characters were a little thin and hard to really get interested in I expected some touches of the Georgetown I know and didn t get them except in the views of the water and the mention of Sunset Lodge It seemed unrealistic that no one seemed to leave Georgetown to drive to Charleston, Colu...

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