Sometimes when writing a review, actions speak louder than words. THE LAWYER’S LAWYER by James Sheehan is the law professor’s third work of courtroom fiction but the first of his books that I have read. Immediately upon completing it, I logged on to my public library’s web page and requested copies of THE MAYOR OF LEXINGTON AVENUE and THE LAW OF SECOND CHANCES, Sheehan’s first two books. When a novel leaves the reader wanting more, there can be no greater endorsement.
James Sheehan was a successful trial attorney for 30 years. After retirement he commenced a second career, teaching trial advocacy at Stetson Law School in Tam