Tuesday, June 3, 2014

New Installment in ‘Grievance Committee’ Series

Frank R. Southers gives readers a gripping account of the inner workings of the criminal justice system.


Author Frank K. Southers gives readers a captivating legal thriller set against the backdrop of the State Bar of Texas Grievance Committee.  An exhilarating journey through the inner workings of the criminal justice system, To Get Even, the third book in the Grievance Committee series, will leave readers on the edge of their seats.  

Readers join Jonathan Carter, a trial lawyer who serves on the Texas Grievance Committee, who receives death threats from an unknown source.  The threats are non-specific, and Carter feels that nothing will come of them.  These threats coincide with the trial of Mac McCormick, a hot-tempered attorney.  

Readers are introduced to a pulse-pounding account of what happens when the law is manipulated and placed in the hands of the wrong people.  Most gripping is the insight that the book gives into the competitive psyches of some lawyers.  Readers follow McCormick's trial as the Grievance Committee attempts to determine whether he has done harm, and whether he deserves to have his law license suspended or be disbarred.

A fascinating look into the legal world, To Get Even promises to please readers of the first two books in the series and new readers alike.  As Southers’s story unfolds, readers will, undoubtedly, be at the edge of their seats.

Frank R. Southers

Frank R. Southers He graduated from St. Mary’s University with a B.A. in English and graduated magnum cum laude from St. Mary’s University School of Law at age 22.  He is well qualified to write about the Texas Lawyer Disciplinary System, due to his 10 years of service in San Antonio on the Grievance Committee, the last 6 as Chairperson.  Since then he has represented complainants, accused lawyers, and witnesses.  Mr. Southers taught as an Adjunct Professor of Law for 20 years at St. Mary’s University School of Law.  He has been named a “Super Lawyer” by Texas Monthly Magazine. Mr. Southers lives in Austin with his wife, Dr. Linda R. Southers, PhD., and their two dogs.

For more information, please visit http://www.southers.com/.

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