Shelby Yastrow (Author)
DescriptionThis story is less than a "who done it" and more of "why did he do it" and "where did he get it." Why would an 83-year-old Catholic bookkeeper leave a fortune to a Jewish Synagogue? Where did he get the millions he left? Where is his family? This book shows that the drama of a civil lawsuit is every bit as dramatic as any criminal trial, and that people will fight for money every bit as hard as they will fight for freedom or for their lives.
November 07, 2011
6.0 X 0.76 X 9.0 inches | 1.1 pounds
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About the Author
Shelby Yastrow received his law degree from Northwestern University and began private practice in 1959. In 1978, he joined McDonald's Corporation as Chief Litigation Counsel. He was later promoted to Executive Vice-President and General Counsel. Since retiring, Shelby has taken up writing, and prior to Bad Lies has written two other legal suspense novels: Undue Influence(which reached No. 7 on the Chicago Tribune national bestseller list) and Under Oath. He has also written the nonfiction book Vision to Legacy, a work about franchising and the history of Great Clips, Inc., the world's largest franchisor of hair salons.