The Indian lawyer

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Penguin Books, 1991 - Fiction - 349 pages
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Raised in poverty on a Blackfeet reservation, prominent lawyer Sylvester Yellow Calf is now secure in the knowledge that his business and political success seems limitless--until a disgruntled convict, denied parole, threatens to destroy his career. A gripping suspense thriller . . . a complex psychological portrait".--San Francisco Chronicle.

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User Review  - LivelyLady - LibraryThing

Could be the story of an lawyer, trying to get ahead, fight for his causes. However, the main character gets set up by the wife of a man in prison. This set up changes his whole future. No more without giving it away. Good book but it dragged in parts. Read full review


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