Michael H. Rubin
I’ve almost finished polishing up “Privilege,” a contemporary thriller written in the film noir tradition. “Privilege” is about a laconic loner whom everyone is after as dead bodies keep piling up. It will be in final form shortly, ready for publishers to see.
“Privilege” is about - - - - well, here’s an excerpt from the prologue to give you a taste of what’s in store:
“Have I become a failure as a lawyer? You bet. While others were climbing up the ladder, I fell off of it. “I’ve got a broken-down office, a failed marriage, and a past-due mortgage note. “Until three weeks ago, I had no clients. “Well, no clients to speak of, except G.G. Guidry. “But now G.G. Guidry has been murdered. “And until three weeks ago, I had no money. “Except for the $4,452,737 in cash G.G. left with me for safekeeping.”