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Suffering Fools

by Ed Gaffney

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0440242835, Mass Market Paperback)

Attorneys Zack Wilson and Terry Tallach–friends, partners, and complete opposites–have perfected the recipe for legal disaster. Begin with a fool for a client–a man who can’t even testify convincingly to his own name, much less to an alibi. Add a couple of determined private investigators and a brave, beautiful police detective whose work only confirms that your client is impossible to defend. Then go to trial.

Welcome to the real world of criminal law, where the truth is out there–maybe.

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