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“SAVANNAH LAW”

a novel by William Eleazer

2010 Gold Medal Winner for Adult Fiction, awarded by the Florida Publishers Association.

358 pages, 6x9, Hard Copy.

ISBN: 978-0-9824747-6-1

Publication Date: November 18, 2009


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Brief Synopsis:

“A young law professor’s obsession with a female student and a politically-charged, media-frenzy criminal trial that pits the nation’s most successful criminal trial lawyer against Savannah prosecutors, provide the backdrop for Savannah Law. The intense drama—both inside and outside the courtroom—builds to an unexpected climax in an unforgettable final chapter

Savannah Law is filled with colorful, yet believable, characters, including a few cantankerous law professors who demonstrate their vanity and eccentricities at the weekly faculty meetings. You will find pure reading enjoyment as the students, professors, and trial attorneys come alive in beautiful, historic Savannah. If you love Savannah, the city, you will love Savannah Law, the novel.”

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About The Author:

William Eleazer was born and raised in Springfield, Georgia, just 27 miles from Savannah. He is an attorney who has lived the lives of many of the novel’s characters: law student, law professor, prosecutor, criminal defense counsel, trial judge, U. S. Marine—and poker player. He lives in St. Petersburg, Florida with his wife Jan. He can be contacted at his e-mail address, wreleazer@verizon.net.

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