Baxter's Friends

By Ned Randle

Literary fiction | Paperback


For his part Goldschmidt was wary of Baxter. He quietly assessed the incongruity between his client’s guileless manner and his measured hostility; his conclusion caused the lawyer pangs of anxiety. Over the years Goldschmidt learned it’s just easier to defend a likable man possessing even a lame aptitude for lying. And the lawyer soon realized that Jerry Baxter was no liar. More disconcerting was Baxter’s naïve insistences that his situation was black and white; Goldschmidt, on the other hand, had a lawyer’s appreciation for more subtle shades of gray.



I reside in S. Illinois where I write fiction and poetry, generally in a strong male voice.



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