Cat in need of a lawyer is among book releases this week
BY Celeste Williams in Star-Telegram: The Hill Country-based author, who practiced law for 20 years in Charleston, S.C., offers the feline follow-up toLawyer for the Dog. Lawyer Sally Baynard is back and has been asked by a probate judge to help find a caretaker for Beatrice, a black kitty who’s inheriting a plantation and a tidy trust fund. Look for memorable Southern characters and timely topics.
Link to article in the Star-Telegram
Review: ‘Lawyer for the Dog’ a zany zigzag through the Lowcountry
BY CATHERINE HOLMES – Special to The Post and Courier
Aug 16 2015 12:01 am
Every legal case is a story, Sally Baynard’s favorite law professor used to tell his classes. His other advice? Defer judgment, and don’t set your story in stone until all the facts are in. Baynard, the first-person protagonist of Lee Robinson’s zany new novel, “Lawyer for the Dog” is a wonderful creation, the kind of sensible and fair professional who can’t resist trouble when it comes knocking.
Lee Robinson’s debut adult novel is ‘Lawyer for the Dog’
By Rae Jefferson, Staff writer | August 22, 2015
Lee Robinson’s writing influenced by her courtroom experience “They’ve gone hand in hand, really,” said Robinson, who has drawn on her experience as an attorney in books such as 1996’s “Gateway,” a young adult novel about a teen-aged girl at the center of a custody battle, and in her 2004 poetry collection “Hearsay.”
Pet Life Radio Interview with Lee Robinson
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