Vincent Gambini is still outrageous but he’s knocking down legal opponents faster than ducks at a shooting gallery.
It’s wheels-up as Vinny takes on opponents in New Hampshire and Mexico before hitting the ground in New Orleans where a young man has been accused of murder. With his previous attorney forced to resign, Vinny is charged with the responsibility of vindicating his defendant of this most heinous crime, but is he too late to turn around a trial that began well before he got involved?
Vinny may not be a magician but that won’t stop him from trying to pull a rabbit out of his hat and snatching victory from the jaws of defeat.
Follow Vinny and Lisa as they continue to right wrongs in another sidesplitting installment of the My Cousin Vinny series.
Praise for the My Cousin Vinny series …
“I’ve been waiting for years to find out what happened to Vinny Gambini and Lisa. Now we know. Top-notch fun.” —Steve Berry, New York Times bestselling author
“Like visiting with old friends, Back to Brooklyn captures the fun and spontaneity of every lawyer’s favorite legal comedy, My Cousin Vinny. As surefooted as a ’63 Pontiac with Positraction.” —William Landay, New York Times bestselling author
“If you’re anything like me, you can’t get enough of My Cousin Vinny. So what could be more fun than the continuing adventures of Vincent Gambini and Mona Lisa Vito? This is the kind of book you will want to read again and again. I loved it!” —J. Carson Black, New York Times bestselling author
“I can still remember falling on the floor laughing at My Cousin Vinny. Now, Vinny and Lisa are back thanks to the brilliant mind of Lawrence Kelter. The characters have not only arrived back into my life like long-lost friends, but the novel has got me down on the floor laughing my tail off.” —Vincent Zandri, New York Times bestselling author
“With Back to Brooklyn Lawrence Kelter turns the traditional mold inside out by taking a screenplay and using it as the basis for a novel. Isn’t it supposed to be the other way around? Vinny Gambini litigates a murder case while his sharp-tongued girlfriend, Mona Lisa Vito, investigates. The result is a murder mystery set in Brooklyn that is full of local flavor, twists and turns, and is just plain funny as hell. I loved it!” —Scott Pratt, bestselling author of the Joe Dillard series
“A quarter century and they haven’t aged a day. Vinny and Lisa are still going toe-to-toe in that riotous cat and mouse game we just can’t get enough of. Back to Brooklyn is clever, crisp, fun. I dare you not to laugh.” —Diane Capri, New York Times bestselling author of The Hunt for Jack Reacher series
Praise for Lawrence Kelter …
“Lawrence Kelter is an exciting new novelist, who reminds me of an early Robert Ludlum.” —Nelson DeMille, New York Times bestselling author