SAVANNAH LAW, Award-Winning Novel
2010 GOLD MEDAL WINNER for "Adult Fiction," awarded by the Florida Publishers Association.
A young professor’s obsession with a female student and a politically charged, media-frenzy criminal trial that pits the nation’s most successful criminal trial lawyer against Savannah prosecutors provide the backdrop for Savannah Law. This novel is about the law—jury trials, lawyers. law schools and law students. The intense drama, both inside and outside the courtroom, builds to an unexpected climax in an unforgettable final chapter. Savannah Law promises many hours of pure reading enjoyment for anyone who appreciates a well-crafted legal thriller.
(ISBN: 978-0-9824747-6-1. Hard cover, 360 pages)
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The Sequel to Savannah Law is now available
THE INDICTMENTS, is the new novel by William Eleazer, and the sequel to SAVANNAH LAW (see navigation pane, upper right corner for additional information on this new novel)
Hello! I'm Chief Curt Kelly, head of security here at Savannah College of Law, and I want to give you a big welcome to our law school. Yes, the big news here is the special sale of Savannah Law—a 40% discount. I'm here to tell you about the novel, Savannah Law, but you can also read about the new novel, The Indictments, by clicking on the navigation pane.
I've read Savannah Law (a great read!), but I'm sworn to secrecy. But I can tell you this: it builds in excitement with each page to a powerful climax. Here's what the publisher says about the novel:
A young law professor’s obsession with a female student and a politically-charged, media-frenzy, criminal trial that pits the nation’s most successful criminal trial lawyer against Savannah prosecutors provide the backdrop for Savannah Law. The intense drama—both inside and outside the courtroom—builds to an unexpected climax in an unforgettable final chapter.
"Savannah Law is filled with colorful, yet believable, characters—including a few cantankerous law professors who demonstrate their vanity and eccentricities at the weekly faculty meetings. The novel delivers pure reading enjoyment as the students, professors, and trial attorneys come alive in the beautiful and historic city of Savannah."
Here's what reviewers say:
"Perfect Summer read! Savannah Law is a great read. It hooked me from the moment I started reading about the lovely town of Savannah and the law school bearing its name. William Eleazer gives you a novel full of suspense, with characters you can love and hate. I could not put this one down. Every night I stayed up longer and longer, reading more and more, finding myself captivated by a well written legal thriller with a twist. What more can you ask for from a novel?" *****Review by Sam Hendricks, author of Fantasy Football Basics and Fantasy Football Tips, (Amazon.com, May 4, 2010)
"This is the best book written about law schools in a very long time. Eleazer's description of life in a law school, from faculty meetings, to student life, to administration is authentic and extremely enjoyable. The author calls on his experience in legal education and law practice to create a great story." *****Review by Richard Gershon, Professor of Law and Founding Dean, Charleston School of Law. (Amazon.com, February 8, 2010)
"Definitely a page turner. Character development and riveting plot kept me turning the pages. Twists and turns left me wondering what would happen next. Surprised to discover it was the author’s first novel. I look forward to the next one. I am a big fan of the legal thriller genre and this rated right up there with the best of them. *****Review by F. Schaub. (Amazon.com, April 30, 2010)
So you see, I'm not the only one who's high on the book. That big trial in the book was on TV and I watched the it on the six-foot screen in the Student Center along with hafl the student body. That was some trial!
Carl DeBickero, the GBI agent in charge of the investigation, just called. He's on the way over; I'm not sure what he wants. But I guess we have time for a short tour of the campus. Just click the "Tour of the Campus" gray block at the top right, and we'll start our tour. (Or just click on "HOW TO ORDER" and Savannah Law will soon be on the way!)