Friday, March 2, 2012
More Advance Praise for A Shot In The Arm!
· Fast-moving. Plenty of twists and turns. The legal details are sharp; the drinking and drugging and low life neighborhoods are Day-Glo vivid. I was glad to know there’s at least one more novel out there about Nate Lewis and his world. Meredith Sue Willis, author of Ten Strategies to Write Your Novel and Out of the Mountains
· Barry Willdorf knows the lawyer's brain and feels the City's heart, producing a non-stop thrill ride through San Francisco in the early 70s as a "people's lawyer" and his waitress girlfriend try to escape a web of smack, shady rehab, covert operations and murder. Gripping. Exciting. Add "A Shot in the Arm" to the classic tales of the City by the Bay. Hilton Obenzinger, author of Cannibal Eliot and the Lost Histories of San Francisco and Busy Dying