All good authors have meager beginnings. It's probably a good thing James Scott Bell never talks about Blind Justice.
A certain down-on-his-luck lawyer no longer has anything to live for. His wife has divorced him and has full custody of their daughter. His law practice is falling apart. The only case he has now is defending his only friend left-a man accused of murder.
As he digs deeper and deeper into the case, he finds himself trapped in a web of Satanists.
This is where the reader stops and says, "Wait a minute!" The plot is pretty absurd, especially the juvenile end and the completely unnecessary romantic subplot.
In the end everything turns out right and they all go home happy.
Like I said, all authors have rocky starts. Rarely is a debut novel on the Elite List.
The best thing we can do with Blind Justice is ignore it and think about his more recent, much better novels.
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