SONG OF CORPUS JURIS by Joe L. Hensley

SONG OF CORPUS JURIS

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Able Donald Robak, a lawyer, is around again in his small town habitat where you'll find men in their shirtsleeves or green eyeshades, unless they might be in the employ of political boss Watts who's been literally getting away with murder for years. Or so it is suggested when his stepdaughter is brought to trial and she refuses to be silenced with an insanity plea. Robak's his own man and goes his own way from the downtown Moose Club to an old car lot to an uglier situation than he'd anticipated. A nice, forthright man -- you'd sort of like to shake the hand of a palm that's never been greased.

Pub Date: Dec. 13th, 1974
ISBN: 1587150387
Publisher: Doubleday