Author: Robert Reuland

Rob Reuland’s first novel, Hollowpoint, was described by the Guardian as ‘a blackly comic tale of a lawyer on a redemptive mission in the bleak Brooklyn projects. Reuland guides us through the cynical courtrooms and mean streets with assurance, cruel wit and pathos.’,,,,,,Semiautomatic features the same lawyer, Andrew Giobberti. Having resolved an explosive case in a controversi….Read More

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