DOLLAR SIGNS: TEXAS LADY LAWYER VS BOOTS KING
by Manning Wolfe
Published in 2016 by Starpath Books.
Reviewed by Tony Burnett.
From the first paragraph of Manning Wolfe‘s new novel ignites with white-hot intensity seasoned with social humor. The narrative rushes headlong to the end, only occasionally allowing the reader to catch his breath. It’s a clear-cut tale of good versus evil where evil holds all the cards.
In Dollar Signs: Texas Lady Lawyer VS Boots King, we encounter Merit Bridges, a widowed attorney with an autistic son, who’s small but successful law firm represents the downtrodden and marginalized members of Austin Texas’ business community. Merit surrounds herself with a quirky but competent staff that magnifies the eccentricities prevalent in the culture of the “live music capital of the world”. While holding her own against the machinations of large developers our precariously balanced protagonist has casual sex with younger…
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