Lawyers in Hell

Lawyers in Hell

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Overview

Heaven lays down the law and Hell gets more hellish as the greatest shared universe of all time makes its malevolent return. Souls you hate to love and souls you love to hate reunite for Lawyers in Hell, in twenty-two infernal tales from the underworlds, where Injustice must be served.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781937035013
Publisher: Kerlak Enterprises
Publication date: 05/20/2011
Pages: 456
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.13(d)

About the Author

Best selling author Janet Morris began writing in 1976 and has since published more than 20 novels, many co-authored with her husband Chris Morris or others. She has contributed short fiction to the shared universe fantasy series Thieves World, in which she created the Sacred Band of Stepsons, a mythical unit of ancient fighters modeled on the Sacred Band of Thebes. She created, orchestrated, and edited the Bangsian fantasy series Heroes in Hell, writing stories for the series as well as co-writing the related novel, The Little Helliad, with Chris Morris. Most of her fiction work has been in the fantasy and science fiction genres, although she has also written historical and other novels. Morris has written, contributed to, or edited several book-length works of non-fiction, as well as papers and articles on nonlethal weapons, developmental military technology and other defense and national security topics. Author and composer Chris Morris began writing music in 1966, fiction in 1984, and nonfiction in 1989. Much of his fiction and nonfiction literary work, including all of his book-length science fiction and fantasy, has been written in collaboration with his wife Janet Morris. He has contributed short fiction to the best selling series Thieves' World and Heroes in Hell.

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Lawyers in Hell 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
SeamusMacCorcrain More than 1 year ago
Started in the '80's and still going strong, this is the latest of Chris and Janet Morris's works. This, their latest, is well worth reading, as a stand-alone or , for those who are familiar with their past works, as an addition to Hell's wonderous and quirky ways. Here, we finally get to deal with his Satanic Majesty and his most wonderous of all minions, Lawyers lol! I will not give away anything by saying there are twists galore here and that things are NOT always as they seem. Thank You Chris and Janet and, Tempus for another wonderful decade of reading!
Abarsis More than 1 year ago
Lawyers in Hell: I had a hell of a good time. Every damned story was hotter than the last. I especially liked Hell's landlord, and the auditors sent from Heaven to make sure that Injustice is fairly distributed. And f course, Satan is still stirring the pot. Meet more lawyers than you can shake a pitchfork at, in Lawyers in Hell. Fun for all in the underworld. Highly recommended.
MichaelJC More than 1 year ago
This is a new set of short stories from the "Heroes in Hell" series, which began in the 1980's and has all-new material. CJ Cherryh, Nancy Asire, Janet and Chris Morris and others have put together a great series of stories to resurrects the series. Lawyers in Hell has a great meta-arc involving the Akkadian God Erra and his Seven Sibitti, which is something that I didn't see in the first collection of stories in the universe. Using Erra to "audit" Hell was both frightening and brilliant, as even Satan pauses at the wrath of the mighty Akkadian. Also, a new creature is introduced - Eshi and Kur, in Janet Morris's "Tribe of Hell", which explains just how long hell was around before the gods decided to have a place to send all of their damned. Great stories, can't wait for more
AvidReader2015 More than 1 year ago
Lawyers in Hell is a great assortment of stories by multiple authors, each with his or her own style. Highly recommended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It gets you hooked back in heroes in hell series. Icouldnt stop reading and had to get the rest to read for later. Only shame is not getting the rest of the ealier books for my nook.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago