The Annulment

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Dog Ear Publishing, 2011 - Fiction - 184 pages
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Whittaker Parks was planning on a quiet end to his legal career. But within an hour of meeting John David Bain he knew that he had landed the case of a lifetime. The reward of helping John David recover what he had thought was wrongfully taken from him far outweighed the risks of taking on the most prestigious and well connected law firm in East Texas. John David was permanently disabled due to a heart transplant, so when his wife, Lola, won the lottery and then proceeded to try and hide the money from him and have their marriage annulled the battle was on. When the truth was uncovered and the verdict was rendered, even Whittaker Parks was astonished at the outcome. But not as astonished as he would be in the days following the trial.
Born on February 2nd, 1971 in Greenville, Mississippi, to a Southern Baptist minister and a homemaker, Ben Henderson as a young boy dreamed of being a professional basketball player and a lawyer. While fulfilling a portion of his dream by playing college basketball at Houston Baptist University he earned degrees in both English and Political Science. During a summer break he clerked for one of the oldest and most prestigious Personal Injury law firms in Houston, Texas, bolstering his love for the law and for litigation.
Ben is currently a sales professional for an international company focused on helping attorneys and law firms achieve excellence in the business and practice of law. He has always had a passion for writing and it was during a sales call with one of his clients that he was presented with the idea for his first legal thriller, The Annulment.
Ben and his wife, Jillian, currently live in Lindale, Texas where they enjoy spending time with friends and family and raising their 16 year-old daughter, Kylie, and 10 year-old daughter, Ashton.
 

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