Conflict of Interest by Terry Lewis

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Trial lawyer Ted Stevens -- the untidy but lovable ""Teddy Bear"" -- fights his own battles, including his alcoholism and his pending divorce, as he fights for his client in a murder case. But it's the other suspect in the case who causes the conflict of interest.

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Terry Lewis, with the help of his daughter Tori, is a two-time winner of the World Championship Cook-offs held by the International Dutch Oven Society. He has been cooking and competing in Dutch oven events for over twenty years and occasionally uses his expertise to judge cooking competitions. Terry lives in Tabiona, Utah.
Published May 1, 1997 by Pineapple Press. 328 pages
Genres: Mystery, Thriller & Suspense, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Lewis's first novel is a legal thriller in which most of the conflict is between a Florida trial lawyer and his own worst instincts.

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This gripping first novel combines a taut courtroom procedural with the personal and professional struggles of its protagonist and narrator, Ted (Teddy Bear) Stevens, an esteemed Tallahassee, Fla., cr

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Separated from his wife, Beth (who has denied him visitation rights to see his daughter), and plagued by a severe drinking problem, Stevens becomes court appointed lawyer for Bobby Jackson, who is accused of murdering his mistress, local newspaper reporter Linda Stiles, a woman with a questionabl...

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