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What a Jigsaw!

November 8th, 2010 // 5:54 pm @

I can’t believe what a jigsaw the case was and how many twists and turns it had. It could be a movie! It was really an interesting read. Congratulations on a wonderful achievement! Michelle Roedell Editor Northwest Prime Time

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No ordinary book!

November 3rd, 2010 // 7:14 pm @

I could not put the book down. It was so interesting and well written; full of surprises!  I’m really impressed by Suzanne’s amazing family and the way they worked together. I also believe that Suzanne was really blessed that, by chance, her family was led to John. I admire so much about John and how…
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I could not put it down!

October 31st, 2010 // 11:27 pm @

I could not put the book down. As for Attorney Pfarr, I feel like he is a dear friend to me and this is just from reading the book. How blessed the family was to have found him! The cousins were just awesome with how they all stood their ground. Every time I see an…
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Many Unanticipated and Unique Surprises!

October 20th, 2010 // 6:13 pm @

“An intriguing story of a true legal case with many unanticipated and unique surprises!” Marv Harshman Former college basketball coach, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, 1985

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Dead Center in the Courthouse Drama

October 20th, 2010 // 6:12 pm @

“The Inventor’s Fortune quickly places the reader dead center in the courthouse drama and in the lives of real people who are resolving complex issues. And it is done with a well-organized, easily read story. Written by two participants—a lawyer and a defendant—it offers as much education as it does entertainment. During my career, I…
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Captivating Twists and Turns

October 20th, 2010 // 6:11 pm @

“I very much enjoyed reading The Inventor’s Fortune. It’s a well-written story with captivating twists and turns. As told by the authors, the story easily led me through the legal intricacies of the case and again reminded me of the vagaries of human nature.” Robert S. Morton Ayrault House of Newport (RI)

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Unlikely Justice Is Sometimes Achievable

October 20th, 2010 // 6:10 pm @

“This story is a more-than-readable demonstration that unlikely justice is sometimes achievable. All it requires is a willingness to challenge foregone conclusions. Of course, it’s also helpful to apply a healthy measure of tenacity, teamwork, generosity, devotion to fairness, and an uncanny ability to promote cooperation and reason.” Lew Treistman Acting Rhode Island State Medicaid…
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Entertaining and Fascinating Story

October 20th, 2010 // 6:08 pm @

“I found it to be a well-written, entertaining and fascinating story. I particularly liked how it was constructed: John’s explanations of the legal issues helped ground Suzanne’s more personal approach to the story. As a result, readers gain greater insight and context, which helps to better understand the complexity of the case.” Richard Conroy Executive…
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I Wasn’t Able To Put It Down

October 20th, 2010 // 5:23 pm @

“From a personal and professional point of view, I wasn’t able to put it down. The humanistic aspects of the story carried the momentum of the entire book. The Inventor’s Fortune stands as a testimony of the importance of helping clients identify, and then accurately document, the outcomes they desire for their family.” James R….
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