Will Tripp is a sardonic, profane, no BS lawyer who’s devoted his career to fighting lunatic leftists and obnoxious PC enthusiasts everywhere. He is also a dwarf, which he uses to befuddle and disarm his victim-obsessed opponents at every turn. (In fact, he chose his career path while in law school, enraged by the liberal do-gooders who cost him the beloved job that was helping him pay his way through – getting tossed at a local bar).
In Will Tripp: Pissed Off Attorney-at-Law, the introductory book in the series, Will finds himself in a fight to the death with a powerful and ruthless superstar feminist professor at an elite college and the pathetically wimpy administrators who’ve allowed her silence and destroy the career of anyone with the guts to oppose her.
Working with associates whose very presence is meant to similarly intimidate ideological foes—a wheelchair-bound paraplegic and a black man so white Will has to instruct him in Ebonics—and with a Mexican-American PI who’s as tenacious as he is irresistible to the opposite sex, Will delves deep into the professor’s murky past, revealing a history both shocking and oddly consistent with her present role as ideological bully and enforcer. Though the story is fictional, astute readers will note that in parts it eerily echo events at such prestigious colleges (and gulags of ideological conformity) as Swarthmore, Oberlin and Pomona.
This book will surely appall academics at such places, and the always-ready-to-be-offended elsewhere, but it will delight and entertain everyone else.