Hank Fisher Mysteries

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Hank Fisher is not your typical first-year criminal defense lawyer. He didn’t get an offer from one of the white collar law firms with the big budgets and perks in Washington, D.C. Instead, he joined the law office of John P. MacPherson. It turned out to be a perfect partnership. John MacPherson is a larger than life lawyer known affectionately as Big Mac. 

Mac is a mentor - a tough but fair man who is willing to tolerate Hank’s affinity for investigation. While Mac prefers to pull the 12th juror from the brink of conviction the old-fashioned way, through an artful cross-examination and an impassioned closing argument, Hank, in Mac’s judgement, acts more like Sherlock Holmes than Oliver Wendell Holmes in the courtroom. Hank wants to exonerate his clients by catching the real bad guys. His unconventional victories keep him on Mac’s team even if Mac doesn’t always approve. 

Their new case, the defense of a United States senator who may be involved in an un-lawful campaign contribution that has caught the attention of the FBI, will call on both their talents to rescue their client, but a hit-and-run attack rips their law firm apart, putting one person in a hearse and another in a coma. 

It is up to Hank to find the killer while defending the senator in a criminal investigation that is spiraling out of control.

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