Leap Into a Five-Star Review!February 29, 2016
Glen Shuld offers readers plenty of food for thought in his fictional memoir. Shuld incorporates topics on racism, inequality, minority issues and gender. Baby boomers will especially relate to the nuances he describes of the 1960s and 1970s. The Color of Character comes highly recommend—indeed, a wonderful and riveting read!
Say you’re a musician. A good one. Damn good. You dream of being a rock star, of people finding special meaning in your words, of listening to what you have to say, of snorting cocaine from various parts of your body. Maybe you get there, maybe you sort of get there, but more likely you don’t, and realise that you probably never will. So what do you do? Give up? No. Maybe you start busking, maybe you join a covers band, maybe you become a session musician. You’re not a rock star, but you’re getting paid for what you love, and that is as much a dream as any of us can hope to achieve.
David Bulitt is a father of four daughters and best described by a client as “the non-shaving, motorcycle-riding, bourbon-drinking, non-lawyer, lawyer.” He is regularly included as one of the DC area’s finest divorce lawyers by Washingtonian Magazine, Bethesda Magazine, Best Lawyers in America and SuperLawyers.
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Successful artist Caleb Everett lives each day with a real-time film inside his head … playing murder. Working alongside veteran homicide detective Jack Rafferty, he now uses his unique ability to balance the scales of justice. Will this case take apart everything Caleb holds dear?
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