The Divorce Papers by Susan Rieger
When Sophie Diehl, a young law associate, is assigned her first divorce case, she yearns to return to the familiar rough-and-tumble world of criminal law rather than the messiness of family law. Debut writer Rieger shines at creating a clever and entertaining novel composed in "Epistolary 2.0;" emails, notes, and legal documents detailing the goings-on of Sophie’s professional and personal life while helping her client Mia navigate a prickly divorce. Check out The Divorce Papers today!
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