Out of the struggle for justice emerges the triumph of the soul…

Kenneth Farmer writes novels that go beyond the typical legal thriller. Receive a FREE chapter!

 

Out of the struggle for justice emerges the triumph of the soul…

Kenneth Farmer writes novels that go beyond the typical legal thriller. Receive a FREE chapter!

 

Praise for Chez Betty

“…a deftly crafted and unfailing entertaining novel from cover to cover…”

-Midwest Book Review

“Farmer…obviously did his homework on the detailed nuances of the French judicial system. Fortunately for us, instead of publishing a dry textbook on the subject, he cleverly cloaks his findings within the pages of an enjoyable novel. The reader doesn’t even notice the valuable civics lesson until it’s too late–and by then is hooked on the story line.”

-Wisconsin Lawyer


 

Praise for Real Lawyers

“..Farmer’s novel is an eye-opening, sometimes-uncomfortable trip through one state’s legal system that will make doubters out of anyone who naïvely thinks justice always triumphs…”

-Kirkus Reviews

Real Lawyers is an enjoyable read that spins a fast-moving tale of corruption and deceit. Farmer’s highly unflattering portrayal of the Louisville criminal court system is unlikely to win him any invitations to Kentucky Derby parties.”

-Tim Kiefer

“…I wanted to keep going. Ken does a good job with character and plot development. I found myself developing visual images of the characters and even picturing people I knew as the characters in the book.”

-JJH, (Amazon 5-Star Review)

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