He had what every lawyer needs: the killer instinct
He was the hottest new item in the legal profession: America’s first media attorney; the lawyer who bullied his way into Washington and got his face on every TV in the nation; the restless, ruthless ferret of a man who wheeled and dealed his way into the chandeliered sanctums of Palm Beach and the cushioned backseats of limousines. The silver-tongued advocate who would have the daily headlines no matter what the price. Suicides and broken hearts meant nothing to a man so insatiable for fame and power.
J. T. Wright wanted it all . . . and God help the people who stood in his way.