PRLog - May 5, 2012 - HONOLULU -- A young lawyer, fresh out of law school, defends her uncle on a murder charge. A strong-willed, independent woman in a man's world, she is driven by liberal ideals, fueled by her father's execution by the state of Texas when she was a young girl. But as she digs deeper into her uncle's case, she discovers that he might not only be guilty of the crime, he may also be a serial killer.
Mike Farris' "Rules of Privilege"
"Every lawyer I know always wants to win his case, no matter what it is," says Farris. "'But what happens when a lawyer has a case he shouldn’t win? That’s the dilemma Dane Morgan faces in this new novel."
Mike Farris is Of Counsel with the Dallas law firm of Vincent Lopez Serafino Jenevein P.C., whose practice includes complex commercial litigation as well as entertainment law, focusing on the movie and publishing industries.
He is the 2012 Chair of the Dallas Bar's Sports & Entertainment Law Section.
Mike and his wife Susan man Farris Literary Agency, Inc., in Dallas, Texas. As an agent, Mike placed several award-winning novels for publication, including Balaam Gimble's Gumption by Mike Nichols, winner of the 2004 Texas Institute of Letters John Bloom Humor Award, and Dreams to Dust: A Tale of the Oklahoma Land Rush by Sheldon Russell, winner of the 2006 Langum Prize for Excellence in American Historical Fiction. Author website at http://sites.google.com/
"Rules of Privilege" by Mike Farris - 356 pages - 6" x 9" Softcover. ISBN 978-0-9832861-
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