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Tuesday, April 10, 2012

A Conflict of Interest by Adam Mitzner



 This is another legal novel that will probably make ethical lawyers cringe.  (Note I am refraining from any of the cheap shot jokes here.)

Alex Miller has pulled the all nighters studying to be a lawyer, the incessant hours to become a partner and now as a partner the world is his oyster or is it?

This a not a thriller, it is more of a character study.  If you enjoy legal novels, I suspect you will find this very satisfying.  If you are an adrenalin junky, I suspect the lack of action will mean this book is not your cuppa.  

Alex Miller’s life is put on trial in this book.   The decisions he makes, the people around him, the impact others have on his life all contribute to the persona that defines Alex Miller, attorney, son, husband and father.  

There is a hint that overly ambitious goal setting may contribute to an unsatisfying life.  

I recommend it.

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