A Patent Lie . . . trumps John Grisham's work in every way--character, setting, plot and the prose--and gives readers interested in the drama of a high-value legal case a great reward for their attention. (Alan Cheuse, NPR, All Things Considered on A Patent Lie)
[Errors and Omissions] displays the keen eye and sure hand of a gifted writer . . . Memorable. (Tom Nolan, The Wall Street Journal on Errors and Omissions)
About the Author
Paul Goldstein is regularly included in Best Lawyers in America and is the author of two previous Michael Seeley novels.