Lawyer Magic, Book Four in the Grievance Committee Series
In the days of King Arthur and the Knights of the Round Table, a magic sword was used to slay the dragon, although, alas, in spite of the magic sword, sometimes the dragon won. Now, in the modern world, since the magic sword has vanished, the dragon can be slain with lawyer magic. Can lawyer magic slay the dragon on a medical malpractice battleground? Experienced and aggressive, Shirley Helene Hoefska hates all 'ambulance chasers,' especially Karl Kincaid who, for the family of his brain-dead client, is seeking millions from Good Shepherd Hospital, her client, and the treating doctor. Kincaid has been sanctioned by the Grievance Committee for witness abuse and Shirley Helene has received counseling for anger management from a nun and a women priest. Neither lawyer will pull any punches in this trial before a jury in San Antonio, Texas. But, who owns the lawyer magic to slay the dragon?