“Accidents A Legal Misadventure” is Phillip Rohlin’s attempt at story-telling, but the story leaves much to be desired. Rohlin confuses readers and his offensive language and innuendo is pointless. The story is pointless. Basically, this is a story about an attorney who wants to withdraw from the legal field but who keeps getting drawn back into it. It was not very interesting or entertaining. You need a dictionary in order to read it.
Don’t read it. Oh, by the way, there is a murder and a love story if you can overlook all the other stuff. I read the five-star reviews this book received and I’m convinced they didn’t read the book….. If you go by reviews, read the one-star(s)–they are more accurate.
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