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Success Made to Last Legends with Howard T. Scott author of Rascal on the Run

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Success Made to Last Legends with Howard T. Scott,author of a must read...Rascal on the Run. 

Drawn into a web of small-town secrets, family drama, and the rusted tentacles of the Dixie Mafia, a young lawyer is forced to confront his own notions of justice, freedom, love, and sobriety.
Athens, Georgia, 1988: Attorney August “Critter” Stillwell dreams of a life on the open sea, but he’s stuck juggling a crushing caseload after the sudden departure of his defense attorney father, Guy Stillwell. When an episode of Unsolved Mysteries leads to the capture of a murder suspect who’s been on the run for twenty-five years, the ominous pattern of facts drags Critter into a hidden corner of Guy’s past.
In 1963, To Kill a Mockingbird was playing in local theaters, and Guy Stillwell was a lot like Atticus Finch—if Atticus had been a charming two-timer and burgeoning alcoholic. For fifteen-year-old Critter, working at his father’s law firm was a masterclass in the art of good ol’ boy litigating between his duty to the law and unwavering loyalty to his flawed but charismatic father

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