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“Legal Mysteries: You Can’t Handle the Truth” (by Ted Hertel)

Milwaukee attorney Ted Hertel is also a fiction writer whose first published story, “My Bonnie Lies” (from The Mammoth Book of Legal Thrillers), won the Robert L. Fish award for best first short story by an American author. He has … Continue reading

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“Truth or Point of View?” (by V.S. Kemanis)

I read a lot of unsolicited manuscripts and it sometimes seems to me as if everyone who ever earned a law degree at some point tries to write a mystery. The reasons are obvious: The law is meant to serve … Continue reading

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