An Invisible Client by Victor Methos

By Victor Methos

For high-powered own damage legal professional Noah Byron, the great things in existence include a cost tag—cars, homes, ladies. That’s why he represents purely circumstances that include the potential of a pleasant reduce of the motion. yet as a choose to his ex-wife, he meets with the mum of twelve-year-old Joel, a boy poisoned by means of tainted children’s medication. whereas the legit tale is psycho tampered with bottles, the boy’s mom believes anything even more sinister is at work…and the path leads correct again to the pharmaceutical company.

As Noah digs deeper into the case, he speedy unearths himself up opposed to a strong company that might shield itself at any rate. He additionally befriends younger Joel and breaks the number 1 rule of private damage legislations: don’t make it own. confronted with the main menacing of rivals and the main susceptible of consumers, Noah is set to find the reality and win justice for Joel—even if it capacity wasting every little thing else.

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The rug, I thought, might give me a clue as to where the box had come from. Most trainers and some owners have their initials embroidered or sewn in tape in large letters on the corners of their horse rugs. If there were initials on this one, it would be easy. I picked it up. It was pale fawn with a dark brown binding. I found the initials. I stood there as if turned to stone. Y. It was my own rug. Pete, when I ran him to earth, looked in no mood to answer any questions needing much thought. He leaned back against the weighing-room wall with a glass of champagne in one hand and a cigar in the other, surrounded by a pack of friends similarly equipped.

I said, as he lapsed into silence again. ' I told him about the wire. He listened with a calm, unsurprised expression, but his grey eyes were bleak. ' said Pete. 'Can't say I blame you. I can't help you much, though. There's only one thing… Bill told me he'd had a telephone call which made him laugh. But I didn't listen pro- perly to what he said - I was thinking about my horses, you know how it is. It was something about Admiral falling. He thought it was a huge joke and I didn't go into it with him to find out what I'd missed.

I don't know,' I said, perplexed and more interested in Joe's troubles than I had been before. The phone call was inconsistent, I thought, with the notes. One ordered business as usual, the other promised revenge. 'I wonder if Joe always tells the truth,' I said. 'Highly unlikely,' said Dane, dismissing it. One of the Stewards came and reminded us that even after the Champion Hurdle, drinking in the weighing room itself was frowned on, and would we please drift along into the changing room. Dane did that, but I finished my drink and went outside.

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