Guess that settles that question?
“Maybe something along the lines of All lawyers at some point in the relationship are capable of killing their client.” Page 172.
Always interesting when a lawyer becomes a novelist, especially a lawyer with some degree of success at trial law.
Not a book I wanted to stay up late and read, got some twisted behaviors. So far? thug life and lawyers.
Yes, that’s a good way to look at it, “thug life and lawyers.”
Figure there must be modern tropes, good lawyer caught on the wrong side, a bad person who is really good, Eastern European bloc criminal elements, and Miami Vice.
Clever twists. Family, what can you do? Don’t marry a lawyer?