Murder He Liked: A Half-century of Tribulations and Trials
Classic stories from a master storyteller. Nate Cohn is a San Francisco icon. Highly recommended. Sheldon Siegel best-selling author of The Confession[Nate] is part and parcel of the grand legal tradition of San Francisco. [His] reminiscences show him possessed of a wonderful Damon Runyon-like style. Kevin Starr, California State Librarian and author of California and the American Dream (Oxford University Press) Nate is to the S.F. Criminal Courts what Rumpole is to the Old Bailey P.J. Corkery, San Francisco Examiner Nate Cohn is a delectable mountain. His career combines legal brilliance and carnival barker eloquence. Herbert Gold, award-winning novelist, best-selling author of Fathers and Bohemia Nate Cohns stories entertain us, but watch out, his writing is so compelling we may not realize we are being educated about the real life of the law ... and enjoying it David Laventhol, editor and publisher, Los Angeles Times (publisher), Washington Post, Newsday, St. Petersburg Times Nate Cohn is our irreplaceable link with that San Francisco of the Kearny Street Hall of Justice when hoodlums went down with a wry smile and their lawyers shared tales at Cookies Star Cafe. Long may they live! Hon. Carlos Bea, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Nate Cohn is a throwback to the old days of criminal trial lawyers... His stories are suspenseful, intriguing and delightful U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein
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