The Litigators

Editorial reviews

The Litigators

In The Litigators he shows he is equally at home with humour: despite an extra strand to the story which sees David crusading on behalf of a five-year-old Burmese boy in a lead-poisoning-induced coma, there is a thick vein of sly, black humour running through the heart of this novel, thanks in large part to the magnificently unsavoury, wonderfully charismatic Finley and Figg.

“The Litigators” is about a man who quits the path of assured wealth to work among the broken and fallible. From a certain distance, he resembles John Grisham.