Apr 5, 2012

Bad Jokes & Great Reviews - Long Live The Litigators!

A librarian, book reviewer, and legal historian all walk into a bar, and the bartender asks, "Now how much did all of you love The Litigators?"

Ok, sorry! Bad joke. I've been watching a lot of romantic comedies lately, where bad jokes are king. But seriously, a librarian, book reviewer, and legal historian did walk into a room, and they all had wonderful things to say about The Litigators.

To give a little background on the book, it's one we're especially proud of! Why, you ask? Because The Litigators was the first book we published here at Scarletta, and book publishers will tell you, you never forget the first book you help publish. The Litigators was published in 2005 and was written by lawyer Lindsay Arthur. The book takes place in Minnesota, and it exposes the truths and failures in today’s court system.

Sandra James, the librarian, says: “As a librarian, many suspenseful thrillers, have crossed my desk, however this one stands out..."Tonya Brown, the book reviewer says: "The author has poured his heart and soul into this work, and his love and frustration of the legal system shines through."

Ralph Winters, the legal historian says: "Suspense, mystery, and deceit combine in this Grishamesque tale of power, judicial wrangling, and justice. Very Highly Recommended."

Goodness, all these kind words are making us blush! But we're thrilled they loved The Litigators as much as we do! And we think you'll enjoy it too : ) It's available in print and as an e-book at Barnes & Noble and Amazon. And to read the rest of these reviews, click here.

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