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The King of Torts by John Grisham
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May 12, 2012

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Clay Carter is a lawyer who gives up his job as a public defender to make scads of money winning class-action lawsuits. He makes money hand over fist, still isn't really all that happy, and in the end it all falls apart. There is a lot of interesting information here about how lawyers go about fleecing innocent people and companies to make their millions of dollars and it moves along at a fast pace. It's an easy read and was interesting enough to keep my attention even though it was predictable. You can decide for yourself what comes next and in 100 pages it will have happened.

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