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DEVIANT PROGRESSION
     

DEVIANT PROGRESSION

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by T.L.. Peters
 
Tom Saunders' job is to defend a ruthless executive accused of bilking shareholders of millions. But as Tom prowls into the chief prosecution witness's murky private life he falls madly in love with the man's wife, a vigorous and domineering lady with considerable talents of her own.

"There's no question that Peters is a master wordsmith." Gerry B's Book

Overview

Tom Saunders' job is to defend a ruthless executive accused of bilking shareholders of millions. But as Tom prowls into the chief prosecution witness's murky private life he falls madly in love with the man's wife, a vigorous and domineering lady with considerable talents of her own.

"There's no question that Peters is a master wordsmith." Gerry B's Book Reviews


“T.L. Peters' way of writing is wonderful.” Kyanara

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012178978
Publisher:
T.L. Peters
Publication date:
07/17/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,098,121
File size:
485 KB

Meet the Author

The author is an ex-lawyer who likes to play the violin and give his dog long walks in the woods. In between, he writes novels. You can visit him at http://tlpeters.blogspot.com.

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DEVIANT PROGRESSION 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Peters has a way of describing lawyers and the world they inhabit in ways that I've never encountered before. It all has the ring of truth, not to mention a story with a variety of colorful characters that keeps the pages turning. Highly Recommended!
Gray73LG More than 1 year ago
I liked how Peters takes you inside the real workings of a modern law firm and exposes all the double dealing and corruption but in a humorous sort of way. It's not a bitter or offputting novel, but it sure is bizarre. I'd give it a strong B+.