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I Right the Wrongs (Misdemeanor Man #2)

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Dylan Schaffer's sequel to Misdemeanor Man is a mind-bending whodunit about small crime, big crime, and the Barry Manilow–loving lawyer caught in the middle.
Paperback, 352 pages
Published May 2nd 2006 by Bloomsbury USA (first published 2005)
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Sep 12, 2009 Maddy rated it liked it
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PROTAGONIST: Gordon Seegerman
OCCUPATION: Misdemeanor attorney
SETTING: Santa Rita, California
SERIES: #2 of 2
SUMMARY: Gordon Seegerman is a slacker misdemeanor attorney whose real passion in life is playing in a Barry Manilow tribute band whose goal is to secure a gig in Las Vegas when Barry is there and meet Mr. Manilow. And the band's name - are you ready for this - the Mandys. In his day job, Gordon represents a young man who is accused of stealing an opposing team's mascot and posse
Jun 10, 2015 Candy rated it really liked it
Same plotting problems, but I still enjoyed this. Looks like there's no sequel ... bummer. I wanted to know what happened with the blood test.
Jan 24, 2016 Lisa rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
solid and enjoyable
Aug 27, 2008 Karen rated it liked it
Funny mystery. I read author's previous "Misdemeanor Man" and enjoyed it. Protagonist is a public defender who just wants to put in his time on the job and then do what he really loves after hours--being front man for a Barry Manilow tribute band.
Dec 09, 2012 Danielle rated it it was amazing
I'm so sorry there are only two of these "Misdemeanor Man" books. Both are funny and interesting. After these books, Schaffer wrote a memoir -- but nothing since. Did he decide to concentrate on lawyering?
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