Posted by Ognian Georgiev
Lawyers are always good writers. We’ve got many good examples and Mark Gimenez is one of them. His last book The Case Against William was released in March 2014. The novel was highly appreciated by the fans of the genre and the average Amazon rating speaks for itself – 4.5 out of 5 stars.
It’s a great honor to have Mark Gimenez as a guest for our next interview at Land of Books.
– Mark, what is your book The Case Against William about?
– It’s a father-son love story. The best description I can offer is the online synopsis:
Criminal defense lawyers must make their peace with one harsh fact of life: most of their clients are guilty.
But when William Tucker, a celebrated and self-centered star college football player, is suddenly arrested and charged with the brutal rape and murder of a college coed two years before, his estranged father, Frank Tucker, a drunken, broken-down, beach-bum ex-criminal defense lawyer, cannot believe his son is guilty. No father can. So he must find a way to sober up and save his son from the death penalty sought by an ambitious district attorney. And father and son learn that only three things in life are certain: death, taxes, and a father’s love for his son.
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