Perhaps, over the past couple of weeks, you watched The Lincoln Lawyer. And perhaps, as a result, you are thinking of reading the book. I can imagine such thinking taking place immediately after the purchase of a plane ticket.
To give you an idea of what you’ll be up against, I’ve written my own The Lincoln Lawyer chapter. It contains a spoiler or two, but that shouldn’t matter if you’ve already seen the movie. And, despite what you read below, The Lincoln Lawyer will definitely get you through a flight (and yes, that is a compliment):
SEVEN HUNDRED AND THIRTY-SIX
I picked Hayley up from school right after her lunch break. Maggie McFierce had called to tell me that Hayley had gone to the nurse’s office with an upset stomach. Maggie had to be in court and I was happy to be there for Hayley, especially since she was sick. Every day across this vast over-priced Persian rug that is Los Angeles, 14,000 kids leave school early or never show up at all.
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