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But the story is much more than about solving a murder. It concerns friendship, loss, unrequited love, and ultimately, justice. It seeks to answer the question: Does what go around come around?
Novelist Vincent Scarsella draws on his over 18 years of real life experience as head of the lawyer discipline office in Buffalo, New York to craft a gripping, suspenseful novel about lawyers gone bad.
The Buffalo News wrote this about this thrilling novel: “Scarsella spices his tale with saucy language when needed and street lingo where appropriate. He keeps the suspense at high level until the answers unfold.”
And here’s what some readers had to say:
★★★★★ Fantastic Plot! - I read a lot (3 or 4 books a week). I read a lot of mystery and suspense novels too. This was as good or better than anything I've read in a long time. A great plot, smooth dialogue and a nice style. I highly recommend it. I look forward to reading Mr. Scarsella's newest novel. - Harry J Gawronski
★★★★★ Wonderfully Different. - I read so many legal themed books but none like this one. Great insight into the investigations of crooked and politically charged attorneys. Looking for his next book. - Lurline S.
Lawyers Gone Bad follows on the success of Vincent Scarsella’s debut crime novel, “The Anonymous Man”, about which The Buffalo News said: "The Anonymous Man gets decent marks for creativity and intricacy...it's a fast read that runs through familiar local settings to a satisfying conclusion. Scarsella has the makings of a good storyteller...
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★★★★★ Even better than Book 1! - A real legal thriller. Didn't think anything could surpass Book 1, but I think this one did! Although this was fiction, it really makes you wonder about some of the large firms, since I worked in insurance all my life. - Nita C
★★★★★ Fantastic Plot! - Good book. Plausible story. Would recommend. Easy read. Author's style makes it a quick read. - Patricia J. Mekker
★★★★★ Awesome author. - I am delighted to discover this wonderful author of legal novels. His books are real page turners and difficult to quit reading because you want to find out how it ends. I highly recommend and that is why I gave the book 5 stars! - P Hall
Personal Injuries takes the reader on a rip-roaring ride investigating more lawyers gone bad. In the process, it just may answer that ages-old adage, should you really be careful what you wish for?
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Imagine a world in which nearly everyone has lost their ability to think. That’s exactly the world Franklin Strock wakes up into one morning. His wife and his neighbors .... and seemingly everyone else, appears afflicted by a total inability to remember who they are and worse, how to do even the simplest things. He soon realizes that something has erased the minds of most everyone except he and a small handful of others.
But like a handful of others, Strock escapes the ravages of the plague. With Ellie, his wife, who’d lost her mind and become a blank, he retreats to an uncle’s cabin deep in the woods. In the months that followed, he obtains everything he needs to survive from the abandoned homes and stores in the nearby lifeless villages, towns and cities, while trying to awaken Ellie’s mind and bring back the woman she was before the plague.
And then, nine months after the plague struck down humanity, while napping in an old recliner on the front porch of the cabin one warm, lazy afternoon in mid-June, Strock is awakened by the roar of a motorcycle approaching on a state highway a quarter mile down from the cabin. As the bike rounds a curve on the highway in front of the cabin, it hits something and careens off the road. Little does Strock realize that by going down to help the biker, he’ll be introduced to the frightening world that arose after the Mind Plague struck.
Scarsella’s nine crime and speculative fiction novels have been widely praised by reviewers and readers alike. Join him in this dystopian fable in which battling forces vie for the minds and souls of their fellow man who’s minds have gone blank.
Uttering a forbidden spell, a druid resurrects her murdered king. But can they reclaim his throne before Death reclaims him?
When high school English teacher Hugh Cavendish is summoned back across the well between worlds, he finds his killer sitting on his throne and invaders at his shore. He was a failure as a king in his last life. Why does this druid think he can fix things now? But this world holds everything he has longed for—vengeance, love, and a second chance at all of them. For he is bound to this land by blood magic and something far stronger.
He soon realizes he wasn't the only one who crossed the well. Someone has followed him here, and they are set on taking him back. But first, Cavendish vows to set things right with his land, his people, and his own soul.
For readers of Celtic legend and fantasy in the tradition of Marion Zimmer Bradley and Tad Williams.
★★★★★"For fans of the dual worlds of Stephen R. Donaldson's The Land and Stephen King's The Talisman . . ."—Rusty Clark
At Shadow Mountain, things are done differently. No longer is Durren a ranger but a bard, despite his lacking the slightest notion of what being a bard involves. And not only that but Tia is acting even more strangely than usual, Hule is taking being a paladin awfully seriously, and Arein has a new party member with ideas very different to her own to contend with, in the shape of irascible cleric Cailliper Ancrux - who wants nothing less than to be involved with Shadow Mountain's unpopular newcomers.
The four Black River students will have to relearn everything they thought they knew; but the threats surrounding them aren't about to wait. Can they hope to survive an uprising of the dead, the winged horror that haunts this desolate land, and an ancient plot risen from the blackest depths of Ursvaal's history? And even if the somehow should, can Durren possibly overcome his tone deafness and learn to play the lute?
Finding human treachery even more hazardous than beasts, accused of a crime he did not commit, still hunted for his attempt to free humanity from slavery decades before, Clee must find his own way as a ghost in a world where all are known, and ordered, and categorized. Discovering that everything he worked for has been lost, and that his love has formed a new alliance with his greatest enemy, he has no choice but to fight–and just when it seems he has achieved victory, he and all he holds dear are plunged into the depths of horror as a new race arises from the nightmares of the distant past to wreak its revenge–and if Clee cannot stop them, they will destroy every remnant of human civilization.
For lovers of Edgar Rice Burroughs and Robert E. Howard, The Secret City, the second volume of The Stolen Future trilogy, is a return to fantastic adventures in alien lands.
An ancient god-king stirs in his stony tomb and whispers in the ear of the winter king, “None but ye can set me free.”
Six years have passed since the druid Lyleth resurrected her king and won back his throne. Now, his murderous nephew, Talan, is king of the Five Quarters. But Talan wants more than the throne, he wants immortality, and Lyleth’s six-year-old daughter can give it to him. For she is rumored to be the fabled “Child of Death” . . . and Lyleth will stop at nothing to get her daughter back.
Six years have passed since Hugh Cavendish journeyed to the Five Quarters and returned to our world, broken. With Aunt Merryn nearing death, he must uncover the location of the third well and find his way back to the Five Quarters if he is to save his daughter.
But the fate of both the living and the dead rest with the one who is both and neither. The Child of Death.
★★★★★ Beautifully written. Terry has once again made quite clear her love of language. I really enjoyed how carefully written this book is. It is completely possible to get immersed in the world she creates through her carefully crafted descriptions. - Ann Zerlaut
★★★★★ Fresh and Surprising Fantasy Series. I was anticipating the usual Druid or Fae novel and was pleasantly surprised by the series' turn. I've read fantasy for decades and the novel's linking of two worlds as it did was brilliant. I don't want to give any spoilers, but this is a well written mystery, love story, adventure and more! - Michalynn Farley
★★★★★ For fans of the dual worlds of Stephen R. Donaldson's The Land and Stephen King's The Talisman. Let's welcome Terry Madden's Five Quarters to the world just outside the one we live in. It has a spark of wonder, indeed. - Rusty Clark
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