The Look-Alike By Joseph A. Levy Dorrance Publishing Co., Pittsburgh, PA, 2018; ISBN 978-1-4809-5318-5; 252 pages (paperback), $18.00

Many lawyers have found renown as authors of popular fiction.  Like all writers, their personal life experiences have impacted their writings; accordingly, litigation and courtroom scenarios can be found in the fiction works of such lawyer-writers as Scott Turow, John Grisham, Linda Fairstein, Franz Kafka, and, of course, the Perry Mason stories by Erle Stanley Gardner.  The plot of Robert Louis Stevenson’s Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde has elements from both Stevenson’s background in the law profession and his cocaine addiction.

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