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Book Description: (Excerpt below)
A young, hot-shot Florida lawyer with a gambling problem takes on a case to defend a Sudanese man who is accused of killing a doctor complicit in a church massacre in his homeland.
Meet the Authors!
Jamie Mason Cohen is a high school teacher who once worked for Saturday Night Live creator, Lorne Michaels’ in New York City.
He is the author of LIVE FROM YOUR CLASS, Everything I Learned about Teaching, I Learned from Working at Saturday Night Live. He is a TEDx Speaker and the Winner of the TED-Huff Post International Teaching award, “The SOLE Challenge.” He lives in Toronto, Ontario with his wife and two children.
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Jimmy Gary Jr. is a WVU alumni and actor who plays CO Felix Rikerson on the Netflix series, “Orange is the New Black.”
He is a strong supporter of “Green Hope,” services for women who are released from Rikerson Island prison and battling substance abuse. He lives in New York with his wife and four daughters.
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Excerpt: CHANCE: A Legal Thriller (Kindle Locations 92-99).
The monk took a breath and gazed into the eyes of the detective. His steady nature and even face gave nothing away. “To ignore death is to live your life without ever looking forward and to ignore the preciousness of the moment,” Tenzin remarked. “Death does not offend me, and violence does not surprise me. A man is dead, and there is nothing to be done but to learn from this event.”
“Did you learn something?” Grant wondered aloud.
“It was a clear and stark reminder that no one is guaranteed the amount of life they wish,” he answered, peering over the detective’s shoulder at the crime scene. “However, it was also a reminder that the impact you make today may be the last one you make.”
Grant tapped his pen on the pad, unsure of what to write. “We have your number,” he finally decided.