“Still, the flight from New Orleans to Honolulu seemed like a long way to go just to die. A man could die pretty much anywhere these days.” — LAST LAWYER STANDING (2012) by Douglas Corleone
Over the past week, I've been thinking about acronyms. Not sure why.
“Erin Simms is like the fire itself, something I should run from whether she started the blaze or not. In either case, she’s my client and can burn me in every way imaginable.” NIGHT ON FIRE (2011) by Douglas Corleone
“Questioning is as instinctive for lawyers as lighting cigarettes is for smokers. And it’s just as nasty a habit.” ONE MAN’S PARADISE (2010) by Douglas Corleone