Thoroughly enjoyed reading "The King of Torts" until I came to the following passage:
The Coconino County Courthouse was relatively quiet the day before the trial. Business was routine; no hint of the historic and far-reaching conflict soon to be raging there. It was the second week in September, the temperature already pushing 105."
Huh!! Flagstaff, Arizona, in Coconino County is at 7,000 feet. The highest temperature ever experienced in recorded history is 97, which occurred on July 5, 1973. The average high temperature in September is 91. See the cities website for confirmation of these facts.
Needless to say, I did not enjoy the book very much after this obvious gaff. His editor completely missed this. How much more did the editor miss?