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One bullet. One dead teenager. One mistake and everything changed.
Sam's worked hard to create a beautiful life for his family. When he fled a war-ravaged Vietnam forty years ago, he had no idea what to expect of his new life in America. But the years have been kind to him until he made one horrible mistake. Now his life is unrecognizable as he sits in a jail cell accused of murdering a 17-year-old boy.
Can the murder lawyer keep Sam out of prison?
Luna Goldwyn hates what the media's calling her, but the attention following the Tammy White trial has certainly given her legal career a boost. Career-wise she’s satisfied, but she’s still trying to figure out this new life as she balances being a high-profile lawyer with raising a family. Being the murder lawyer comes with risks that Luna’s never faced before, especially when a Vietnamese small business owner shoots and kills a rich, white teenage boy. Sam and his family insist it was a horrible accident but was it?
Sam The Chandelier Man is the second novelette in The Murder Lawyer series, a fiction series that explores the grayer areas of the law and seeks to learn the reasons why people commit the worst type of crime – murder.