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A Young Lawyer's Story (Thaddeus Murfee Legal Thriller Series) Kindle Edition
|Length: 244 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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"If you've been reading John Ellsworth's legal thriller series about Thaddeus Murfee then you'll really appreciate this new book one in the series. If you haven't yet begun this buzzworthy series of courtroom dramas, then Mr. Ellsworth has provided a new and perfect place to begin.
Thaddeus Murfee has just graduated third in his class in law school. In addition to reaching the end of his education, he has reached the end of his resources as well and is hell-bent to find a job in order to survive. The job he is offered is a far cry from what he might've anticipated and so begins the adventures of this very smart young lawyer. Suddenly immersed in the world of international espionage, he finds himself embroiled in a geopolitical conflict that creates professional conflicts for him as well.
Besides the sheer creativity of the author, one of the things that makes Ellsworth's legal dramas so compelling is the fact that, prior to publishing all of his wonderful novels, he spent his entire career as a practicing trial lawyer. The result is an authenticity and series of legal subtleties that immerse you in the courtroom experience and the finer points of the legal process.
I cannot more highly recommend that you delve into this and other books by this wonderful writer. You will not be disappointed. In so doing you will realize why in just two short years the author has repeatedly topped the bestseller list in his genre." - Steve F, Minneapolis MN
"I have read every one of John Ellsworth's books from the Thaddeus Murfee series to the Sisters-in Law series to the new Michael Gresham series. Of them all, Thaddeus was my first love and I wanted the series to never end.
The final chapter on Thaddeus Murfee takes us back to the beginning when Thaddeus, fresh out of law school, defends his first client in a case no other attorney would touch.
I thought I knew my old friend, Thaddeus, well but this book provides insight into why he is a respected attorney and a fearless champion for his clients.
John Ellsworth is an excellent and prolific writer. If you, too, enjoy legal thrillers, I urge you to try him. You won't regret it.
Thank you, John Ellsworth, for hours and hours of reading pleasure. I have enjoyed every minute and look forward to many more from you." - Susan Mannion
"I liked this lawyer book. It reminded me of John Grisham's first novels. Pure fun minus all profanity and blood and guts. It was FUN!! " - Amazon Customer--This text refers to the paperback edition.
About the Author
- ASIN : B01FN30OBS
- Publisher : Subjudica House Press (13 June 2016)
- Language : English
- File size : 1815 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 244 pages
- Best Sellers Rank: 81,319 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Thaddeus is finishing law school. He is in debt and has only $200 left of his student loan. He must find a job or face eviction. Then unexpectedly he is approached by a couple of Government agents and offered a job. The job isn’t advertised and as Thaddeus finds out once he has accepted the job, there is also no job description.
However, he accepts and is immediately offered a starting salary in excess of 6 figures. He is delighted until he finds that he has been recruited and employed as a spy and the person he is to spy on is his boss, the US District Attorney. And Thaddeus likes his boss and he particularly likes the boss’s daughter.
We follow Thaddeus through the intrigue, spying with foreign government agents, a boss who is accused of spying, and US government officials who will stop at nothing in their attempts to condemn the US District Attorney as a traitor, a charge that can carry the death penalty.
Thaddeus does not play by their rules and is fired but then comes to the aid of his ex-boss.
A great read and having read it so long ago, I was pleased to reread it. I strongly recommend this book and those others I have read in this series.