In Volume III of the Rich Coleman Novels, Rich’s son Ryan finally graduates from law school and is anxious to start practicing law. While in law school he met and fell in love with Amanda, a classmate who doesn’t want to practice law but has her sights set on becoming a literary agent. When Ryan hears of this, he remembers that his father had written a book about the murder of Martha Collins, his mother's aunt. He tells Amanda about the book, and she is ecstatic with the prospect of it being her first placement.
While Amanda schemes to get Rich’s book published, Matt Coleman petitions the court to overturn his conviction for bankruptcy fraud so he can get his law license back. Matt tries to help him as he wants Matt to begin a crusade against predatory mortgage lenders who are pillaging consumers all across the nation. The need to get Matt reinstated becomes more urgent when a client comes in with a great case for the firm to prosecute, and Rich recruits a mole in the loan servicers’ organization who wants to help bring Reliable Mortgage Servicing down.
During all this Matt, although convinced he’ll never fall in love again after his first wife, Lynn, is murdered, strikes up a relationship with an escort named Candy. The relationship starts off as more of a friendship than anything but just when it seems to be blossoming into a love affair, Candy is kidnaped, and Matt wonders if his second love will suffer the same fate as Lynn,
About the Author
William Manchee grew up in Ventura, California in the 60s. After obtaining his BA from UCLA in 1965 he and his family moved to Texas in 1970 where Manchee attended law school at SMU. He began his legal career in Dallas as a sole practitioner in 1976 and currently practices with his son Jim. A resident of Plano, Texas he and his wife Janet have been married nearly 40 years and raised four children. Inspired by twenty years of true life experiences as an attorney, Manchee discovered his passion for writing in 1995.