The books that I write are filled with intrigue that comes from crime, the American legal system, and courtrooms. So the new suspense novel by Mike Papantonio, Law and Disorder: A Legal Thriller, is a great addition to my research library. And for my own reading pleasure.
Nick “Deke” Deketomis, a rags-to-riches Florida attorney, believes in defending the underdog. He takes on cases that seem impossible to win, particularly because they pit him against large corporate entities. After watching his 19-year-old client die in his arms, Deke is more determined than ever to go head-to-head with a powerful pharmaceutical company. His pursuit stirs up fatal secrets, cover-ups, and greed. Soon, Deke finds himself in hot water both professionally and personally.
Similar to the novels of John Grisham, Papantonio gives readers a bird’s eye view of the corruption that exists within corporate America and the malice that erupts when one tries to expose it. The author is able to do so effortlessly because he is also a successful, highly regarded attorney. Papantonio skillfully takes you through the lows and highs of fraud and misconduct that the average consumer is unaware of. I found this book quite enjoyable because of the timely references to media frenzy and exposure that America is experiencing today. There is even mention of the political influence of Donald Trump.
Get your copy of Law and Disorder: A Legal Thriller by Mike Papantonio today.
Mike Papantonio, author of four motivational books for lawyers and co-author of Air America: The Playbook, listed by The New York Times as a Political Best Seller, hosts the nationally syndicated radio show “Ring of Fire” with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., and Sam Seder. He has interviewed Dan Rather, Helen Thomas, Howard Zinn, Arianna Huffington, Bernie Sanders, Bill Moyers, and many others. He is a Senior partner at Levin Papantonio, one of the largest plaintiff’s law firms in America, Papantonio is a political commentator who frequently appears on MSNBC, Free Speech TV, RT America Network, and Fox News.
I received a complimentary hardcover copy of this book.
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