Taking place in 1982, Nick Mannino is just out of law school and working in legal aid for low income clients when he gets a case where he truly believes the client is innocent of sexually molesting the young boys as he’s accused of doing.
The Good Lawyer
by Thomas Benigno
2012 / 346 pages
NIck is young, ambitious and wants to prove he can be a successful lawyer – getting away from his family’s involvement with a Long Island based crime syndicate. He’s in love, too.
The story has some twists and turns, interesting although graphic in places. It’s pretty good but not great at all. I may be getting burned out on legal thrillers.