Peter De Stio is a fallen star litigator, his marriage, family, and partnership in a premiere Long Island law firm long gone, settling uneasily into a quiet post-rehab life until scandal erupts thrusting him back into a world he thought he had left forever. Fake deeds have been filed and mortgages taken on a former client's properties. Millions of dollars are missing, and conspirators are turning up dead. The only lead is Peter's signature and notary stamp, which appear on the forged documents. His solitude shattered, he must defend himself against accusations of murder and fraud, a disbarment proceeding and a civil suit. His new life threatened, he is reluctantly forced to rely on old skills and the help a network of young lawyers, the old friends and clients still willing to talk to him and twin toddler nephews to find the truth about who he is, and the path to redemption.
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Notary Public Enemy based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
I thought this was a well written book, comparable to John Grisham.
I enjoyed this thoroughly and did not want it to end. The sign of a great book. The main character is quite a "character" and I dearly enjoyed getting to know him and wondering what he was going to do next. He has a simply wonderful sense of humor about himself and all that he is struggling with at the time. A book of overcoming ones weaknesses and winning and a good mystery on top of that! Take a look... you won't be disappointed!