NEW YORK POST DISCOVER A ROMAN COMIC PLEASE PASS THE TORT $, NOW ON SALE AT BARNES & NOBLE AND OTHER FINE BOOKSHOPS
NEW YORK, December 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Early reviews praise the new novel, Please pass the wrong $, now available at fine bookstores everywhere, including Barnes & Noble; Oblong books (New York); Salisbury General Store (Connecticut); and on Amazon. Readers call the legal farce “a most enjoyable read” where author TC Morrison “delivers more of his trademark legal chaos.”
The New York Post has highlighted several cases in this comedic work of fiction that draw on cases from Morrison’s own career and from articles the author has read over time in his own journal. Great delight comes from writer TC Morrison’s take on the absurdity of class action lawsuits featuring fun-loving lawyers, wacky clients, and exasperated judges. You can read The New York Post’s full profile featuring Morrison by clicking here to view the article.
The book is a labor of love written after the author retired after his 50-year legal career in New York as a trial and appellate lawyer where he tried and won a wide range of cases in high-profile cases for major consumer brands such as Pizza Hut, Johnson & Johnson, The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Inc., Harlequin Books, and Warner Lambert. Please pass the crime $ is written with humor and language that only comes from extensive legal experience. Morrison scoffs lightly at his own profession, capturing the trials and tribulations of human behavior.
In the predecessor of the book, TORT $ “R” US, Patrick a peters (“Pap”) and his twin brother Prescott U. Peters (“Pup”) left their respective large law firms to start a plaintiff class action firm where they hoped to make a lot more money and have a lot more fun. InPlease pass the crime $, the brothers pledge to free all the chimps in the Bronx Zoo, punish the Russian government and the KGB for setting up a well-known Congressman in an infamous Honey Trap, and suing their suddenly famous client, Lydia. Lowlace, a former tower dancer has become the center-of-the-page Playboy magazine that has repeatedly fallen victim to unscrupulous nightclub owners and video game makers.
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