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Political intrigue, judicial deceit and greed

A young Apache is the first Native American to graduate from Harvard law school and be appointed a clerk at the United States Supreme Court. But when Justice Anton Sacerdozio is found dead at a ranch resort retreat for judicial staff in far West Texas, the young clerk, Tommy Jon, quickly becomes the FBI’s suspect. The suspicion is based upon Tommy Jon’s outspoken disagreement with the judge’s “Originalism” judicial philosophy. This political/legal thriller takes you on a ride you won’t forget!

Listen to Public Radio's interview of Glen on The Curse of SacerdozioClick here

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