The Lawyer's Lawyer

By James Sheehan
(Center Street, Paperback, 9781455547067, 416pp.)

Publication Date: January 14, 2014

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Jack Tobin, the main character of "The Mayor of Lexington Avenue" returns in this non-stop novel that combines enthralling plot twists with some of the best coutroom fiction being written today.
Tobin, known as the lawyer's lawyer--the guy the best lawyer's say they'd want to represent them in a courtroom battle--undertakes the representation of a serial killer who he believes to be innocent. The Chief of Police is outraged, the citizens of Oakville where the murders occurred, erupt, and the State Attorney is out for blood as Jack challenges the criminal justice system once again.
Sheehan masterfully weaves stories of love and friendship into one man's uncompromising search for truth within the four corners of a courtroom where it is often spoken about but seldom seen. Jack is in a fight for his life and the outcome is in doubt right up to the turn of the final page.
A trial lawyer himself, James Sheehan is also a top-notch thriller writer. Once again he succeeds in translating the depth of his courtroom knowledge into an entertaining and truly fascinating read.



About the Author
James J. Sheehan is currently an assistant professor at Cleveland State University. He received his Ph.D. in education from Ohio University where he was on the faculty from 1994 to 1997. Before teaching at Cleveland State University, he taught history of higher education, elementary, middle, and secondary social studies at the University of North Dakota. His interests are the history of American public education, teacher education, and school reform.
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