From corporate takeovers to controversial ‘mercy killings,’ Couglin’s novels tell of all the twisted shapes justice can take in the court room and what anyone will do in their thirst for power.
Political favours, backroom deals, and corrupt tycoons surround each protagonist as they struggle to thrive in the legal system.
Praise for William J. Coughlin:
’Bravo! Coughlin brilliantly captures the corruption of the legal system by human error and greed. Thought-provoking and timely.” – Library Journal
‘Will not fail to please connoisseurs of legal fiction.’ – American Bar Association Journal
William J. Coughlin has combined a career as a United States administrative judge in Detroit with that of a best-selling novelist. His previous, highly acclaimed and successful novels are His Father’s Daughter, Her Honor, In the Presence of Enemies and Shadow of a Doubt.