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Liars Dice

by Bob Gust

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Liars Dice is not a typical legal thriller. It is more like Swingers meets Witness for the Prosecution. It is sometimes funny, occasionally poignant, and it always strives to be faithful to the law. Critics have described the courtroom scenes as riveting, yet readers love the characters and the parts of the story that don t relate to the legal proceedings at all. It is the story of Dixon Donnelly, a Minneapolis corporate attorney with a struggling practice and a marginal love life. As a favor to a friend, he takes on a case that he believes is a simple insurance coverage dispute. He soon finds himself drawn into a bizarre shooting incident in northern Minnesota, which thrusts him into the unfamiliar areas of criminal law and rural America.

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Minneapolis corporate attorney Dixon Donnelly takes on what he thinks is a simple insurance coverage dispute as a favor to a friend, only to find himself involved in a bizarre shooting incident in northern Minnesota and the unfamiliar areas of criminal law and rural America.… (more)

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