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Life on Top A Cassandra Marcella Mystery
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 34,330. Language: English. Published: December 27, 2016. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Women Sleuths
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Law Inc. a new series from the author of the LOL Layers Series. Law Inc. Life on Top (case 101) A Cassandra Marcella Mystery, a continuing series. A Dom is accused of murdering his submissive, in his playroom. As evidence begins to stack-up against him, he realizes he needs one of the best attorney in NYC. Unfortunately, he's accused of the one crime she won't defend.
When the Apricots Bloom
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 7,430. Language: English. Published: September 17, 2012 by Savvy Press. Categories: Fiction » Mystery & detective » Short Stories, Fiction » Literature » Literary
A young woman lawyer trying to break through the heavy bureaucracy of the Egyptian legal system gets her chance when the Public Prosecutor calls upon her to make an appearance in court. The case is an ugly one: a young bicycle messenger beaten to death for no apparent reason. Unless, concludes the lawyer, he was carrying a message someone didn't want delivered.
The Progressive Squeeze: Jobs, Economy & Laws
Price: $2.99 USD. Words: 9,240. Language: English. Published: August 23, 2012. Categories: Nonfiction » Politics & Current Affairs » Government, Nonfiction » Social Science » Political science
Under reported, true news stories about USA politics,laws, ObamaCare racism and crime with pithy comments by attorney James A. Jackson. So, what solutions will unleash the USA economy, create jobs, rein in ObamaCare and enforce the laws that are on the books? Some solutions are suggested. Your comments invited. Do we want four more years? Speak up!