Author: David A. Weiss
ISBN 978-1-62137-162-5 (softcover)
ISBN 978-1-62137-169-4 (eBook)
Trial attorney Skip Maynard, once the rising star of the Cooperstown Courthouse, has been hired to defend Harley Morehead, chairman of the Populist Party. The charge is murder, and the case against Morehead is rock solid.
Ever since the hit-and-run driver killed Skip’s wife Megan a decade earlier, his career has spiraled downward. Alcohol dominates hours once enthusiastically devoted to law books. With Megan, his soul mate, gone, a new friend, Jack Daniel’s, rules Skip’s life. Even if he could stay sober, defending Morehead would be daunting. The arrogant politician seeks to recant a confession admitting he killed Squeaky Grimes.
Travel back to the turbulent late 1960’s to the sleepy village of Cooperstown, New York, home to baseball’s birthplace, and discover whether Skip can resurrect his legal career and life. Can he stand up to the curve balls life has hurled his way? Or will Skip, shackled by alcohol, strike out?
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
"Farewell to Jack" is the sixth novel by David A. Weiss. His previous works are: "Beyond the Tree House" (ISBN 0-7388-5558-8, 2000), "Secret Agenda" (ISBN 1-58939-527-1, 2004), "Paralegal Paramour" (ISBN 1-58939-777-0, 2005), "Cedar Creek" (ISBN 978-1-60264-253-9, 2008), and "Links and Chains" (ISBN 978-1-62064-596-7, 2010). As with his other books, "Farewell to Jack" draws upon his many years as a practicing attorney.
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