The Law Firm of Psycho & Satan

Rated 4.67/5 based on 3 reviews
A revelatory and unflinching look at the practice of law. Defying genres, this political satire depicts the heavy responsibilities shouldered by lawyers, but it's also a tale of newbie associate, Cooper Bach, recovering from devastating loss. More

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Words: 74,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9780979421518
About Tracy Edingfield

Raised in Wichita, Kansas, Ms. Edingfield graduated with honors from the University of Kansas and the School of Law from K.U. She practiced criminal defense, probate and family law and currently resides with her husband and two children in Kansas. Ms. Edingfield is available for lectures and panel discussions on topics such as the law practice and the art of writing.
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Review by: Connie Bass on Jan. 22, 2016 :
Fun Read

“The Law Firm of Psycho & Satan” takes us on a journey with Cooper Bach, a recent law school graduate experiencing her first job in the field of divorce law while also adjusting to devastating personal loss. Callous bosses, ruthless clients, the need for more billable hours and the past make Cooper’s new, adult life unbearable…until she meets the good looking, outspoken bartender who she deems a player. But if he’s such a player, why won’t he let her walk away? Cooper plays by her own rules and draws us in and allows us to explore the cutthroat world of divorce law while also opening up to the possibility of letting go of the past and loving again.
(reviewed 3 years after purchase)

Review by: Augustine Sam on Jan. 10, 2016 :
Sassy, Fluid, Fascinating

“The Law Firm of Psycho & Satan” is a rousing, bare-knuckle account of a rookie female lawyer’s first foray into the vile, nerve-racking world of law practice. Her name is Cooper Bach, and unlike the cold-blooded couple she works for, she has a heart and a conscience, both of which, as she soon finds out, impede smooth sailing in a firm specializing in divorce law. The hardship of her adjustment to a hostile work environment and a male-dominated terrain, coupled with a devastating personal loss, sears her emotionally. But she is a tough blonde, seemingly capable of weathering the storm of her fiendish, eccentric experience, except that her horizons are unexpectedly expanded by a distracting hunk who keeps making her heart flutter. Is he really a player as she keeps telling herself, or is he the one?

This is an enjoyable tale, narrated in the first person, in a language so sassy, so fluid, and so fascinating that, halfway through it, the reader can’t help commiserating with Cooper Bach or falling in love with her or both.
(reviewed 9 days after purchase)

Review by: Jammi Hayter on Nov. 14, 2014 :
Review by: Jammi Hayter on Aug. 14, 2013 : (5 Star) (Remove)
Wow, What a great book!!! I was just looking for a quick read and thought this would be interesting since I have a friend who is a lawyer and always telling me crazy stories that are book worthy. :) I am not much of a reader to begin with because I tend to fall dead asleep after the first two pages. This was much more than expected! A love story wrapped in the drama of office politics and harsh life realities. It was just the right mix of the job issues we face each day, the emotional drains of life and all of the naughty stolen moments we crave. It really hit on several area's we can all relate to. I never finish a book, but this one was done in two evenings and I was sad to be finished with it. As great as it was, I would love a follow up book or at least a follow up on that Boy Scout! ;) Thanks for a great read!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
(reviewed 2 years after purchase)

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