Doctors and Lawyers and Such

Doctors and Lawyers and Such

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Baker & Taylor
In his sixth case, the rumpled, perpetually bemused Oklahoma lawman Milt Kovak investigates the suicide of his best friend's wife while standing for election as sheriff and catering to the whims of his pregnant wife.

Blackwell North Amer
Susan Rogers Cooper's Oklahoma law officer Milt Kovak is a character so humorous toward himself and his blunders, and toward the rest of the world as well, that he almost seems a figure of fun. His complexities, however, slowly reveal themselves as the story unfolds. He is warm and down-to-earth, with small human failings and large integrity - a person of genuine depth.
In Doctors and Lawyers and Such, Milt is running for sheriff and his wife, psychiatrist Jean McDonnell, is pregnant and not missing a symptom. A national television figure who recently married a local man and moved to Prophesy County is brutally murdered. There's been an unusually high number of suicides in the region, including the wife of Milt's best friend, the chief of police.
Milt is juggling all this while trying to fend off a nosy newspaperman, cope with the fact that his son's birth will be a hazardous one, and keep his career prospects intact.

Baker
& Taylor

Rumpled, perpetually bemused Oklahoma lawman Milt Kovak investigates the suicide of his best friend's wife while standing for election as sheriff and catering to the whims of his pregnant wife

Publisher: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1995
ISBN: 9780312134686
0312134681
Branch Call Number: M COOPER
M COOPER
Characteristics: 232 p

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