The update on us is that we still don’t know anything about anything. The insurance folks are still working on reprocessing things so that hopefully Sandi can soon schedule and have surgery. The food stamp folks have not updated us as to the status of our Medicaid claim. I have not heard anything from the Social Security disability folks on my case.
This is why I am again asking for your help. Please donate. We are past due on our utilities, rent is coming due, etc. and we…Continue
Added by Kevin R. Tipple on July 20, 2011 at 7:32am — No Comments
In what is arguably the weakest book in a series that began with “The Lincoln lawyer” criminal defense attorney Michael Haller takes on the murder case of Lisa Trammel.
Lisa Trammel was already a client for Haller’s exploding business of stopping foreclosure. It is not work Haller likes but the criminal stuff was in short supply due to the bad economy. That same hideous economy created a huge foreclosure business caseload and that has kept things goings for his law practice.…Continue
A lot can happen in 24 hours anywhere. Certainly it can in the city of New York where strangers and friends can intersect in many different ways. Life can begin and end, both metaphorically and literally, in this complex interlocking tale created by Pete Hamill.
There are several major players in this 278 page novel. One is Sam Briscoe, age 71, editor in chief of the tabloid newspaper New York World. It is midnight as the book opens and Briscoe’s focus is on the still…Continue
Added by Kevin R. Tipple on July 11, 2011 at 12:32am — No Comments