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CHRIS SHELLA
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Reasonable Facsimile

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Can Jasper Davis pull himself from his life of loose women, liquor, and general debauchery in enough time to win a murder case and possibly save his own hide ? Jasper Davis is a criminal trial lawyer in Baltimore who has slowly but surely become like the drug dealers and lowlifes he represents. He spend more times with hookers than clients and more time drinking Jack Danie...more
Hardcover, 277 pages
Published December 1st 2011 by Digisoda publishing (first published October 14th 2011)
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Meagan
Reasonable Facsimile by Chris Shella is a story about Jasper Davis, or JD. Interestingly enough, the nickname JD does not come from the initials of his name and actually from the amount of Jack Daniels that he drinks. JD is a Criminal Defense Attorney in Baltimore, MD. He is also newly divorced with a son. JD is an alcoholic manwhore (for lack of better words) who doesn’t know how to think with the right “head” which consequently landed him divorced and paying alimony and child support for a chi...more
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