BOOK REVIEW: KILL ALL THE LAWYERS
When Steve finds a 300-pound blue marlin jammed through the peephole of his front door he knows he is trouble. He feels sure that this is a threat from Dr. Bill. Dr. Bill has a talk show on the radio and has recently been released from prison.
William Kreeger had a clinical psychiatry practice in Coral Cables and had written a self-help book, which had brought popularity his way. Steve defended him in a case where one of his clients was found dead but Kreeger went to jail with a little backhanded help from Steve. Steve tipped off the prosecution of one of Dr. Bill's past deeds because he didn't want to see Kreeger free and walking the streets again.
Steve has several major worries now including how to explain giving the prosecution information on his client to Victoria who always walks the straight and narrow when it comes to her legal practice. Then he has a few other worries too.
Steve and Victoria are planning on moving in together but can't seem to come to a decision as to where they should live.
Bobby is a little older and has become quite interested in a neighborhood girl. Her parents don't approve and more trouble pops its ugly head.
Even Victoria's mother gets in on the act bringing yet another problem to Steve's attention.
And Steve still has to figure out how to get Dr. Bill off his back while juggling all of these other problems.
Levine has written another very entertaining book.
REVIEWED BY PATRICIA REID
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