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The Comfort Letter by Arthur R. G. Solmssen
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.52" Width: 5.88" Height: 0.82" Weight: 0.97 lbs.
Publisher Ross & Perry, Inc
ISBN 1932109404 ISBN13 9781932109405
Availability 54 units. Availability accurate as of May 24, 2017 07:35.
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More About Arthur R. G. Solmssen
Arthur R. G. Solmssen is a lawyer and novelist. A graduate of Harvard College, he completed his education at the law school of the University of Pennsylvania. His other novels include Rittenhouse Square, Alexander's Feast, The Comfort Letter, A Princess in Berlin, and Takeover Time. Mr. Solmssen lives outside Philadelphia, PA
Arthur R. G. Solmssen currently resides in Philadelphia.
Reviews - What do customers think about The Comfort Letter?
Excellent Mar 31, 2004
This book was great. Well written and fun to read (especially if you are from Philadelphia but not just for those from Philadelphia).
The Very Best Writer of "Legal Fiction" Aug 25, 2003
I first discovered Mr. Solmssen's novels while in law school in the '70s, and his books still stand as the very best fiction I've read centering on the practice of law. Not only are his accounts of the practice far richer and more realistic than, say, Grisham's -- his characters are real, three-dimensional people, and he develops a sense of time and place that still rings true.
It is a shame that this fiction never caught on with the general public, having been crowded out by far inferior competition. Still, the discerning reader would be well rewarded by seeking out from the library or an out-of-print dealer, in order, "Rittenhouse Square;" "Alexander's Feast;" and "The Comfort Letter." Another novel by Solmssen, "A Princess in Berlin," is even better than those three, and a sort of distant prequel.