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Prisoners of Truth Jody Weiner

Prisoners of Truth

Jody Weiner

Published May 1st 2006
ISBN : 9781571781970
Paperback
292 pages
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Intelligent, honest and hopeful, Prisoners of Truth is a modern morality tale of self-discovery filled with true-life courtroom drama and humor. Jody Weiner draws on thirty years experience as an attorney to masterfully weave a plot spanning fourMoreIntelligent, honest and hopeful, Prisoners of Truth is a modern morality tale of self-discovery filled with true-life courtroom drama and humor. Jody Weiner draws on thirty years experience as an attorney to masterfully weave a plot spanning four generations. Weiners dynamic voice has been compared with Paulo Coelhos The Alchemist by writer and filmmaker Karl Francis: They write with the same intentions and both deal with storytelling and reality with the same integrity, obliging the reader to engage truth in a deeply comic and spiritual manner. When prominent attorney Lucien Echo is accused of conspiring with a circuit court judge to fix a criminal case, Luciens fiance, Alex Carlton, recruits local journalist Ollie Katz to help clear Luciens name. Ollie has admired Lucien since college and seizes the opportunity for a by-line on the front page. But Ollie grows too fond of Alex along the way and must confront his own ethical issues. Alternating between Ollies narration of unfolding events and flashbacks to turbulent times, the story captures their generations struggle to maintain idealism in the face of their own realities. As Luciens day of reckoning approaches, will Ollies infatuation cause him to cross the line? Multi-layered, provocative, and often