Frank May practices law but only the bland kind--writing wills, pushing papers. Not a seedy life in criminal law. But a dead body wakes you up to places you don't want to be. A call from frantic client Barney near the corpse of his wannabe-actress wife drags Frank in it. Only he really thinks Barney innocent. To see how, Frank will have to use his head. By Stanford law professor Lawrence Friedman.
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Frank May is a lawyer in San Mateo, California. He is no criminal defense lawyer, and he shirks from murder cases. But they find him anyway, and somehow he gets involved despite his better judgment. From Stanford law professor Lawrence Friedman.