A Novel by P.L. Katz
As a practicing attorney, Katz worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Orleans, St. Tammany, and St. Bernard Parishes as well in the public defender’s office in New Orleans. In private practice, Katz worked in an insurance defense firm for one year before changing sides and representing injured people against the insurance industry and large corporations predominantly involved in auto and maritime accidents.
Katz lived in Covington, Louisiana on the northshore of Lake Ponchartrain for 20 years before moving to Boulder, Colorado where he now resides. He has three children enjoys all that Colorado has to offer, including hiking, skiing, river rafting, and snow shoeing.
Katz is also an avid traveler and has been to over 100 countries, most recently Sri Lanka. He began writing his novel “Disorder” while traveling alone on the Trans Siberian Railroad somewhere between Vladivostok and Novosibirsk in 2014.
This book is a legal thriller in which a decorated Afghan war veteran returns home to New Orleans to discover political corruption, business scandal, prostitution, and true love. Along the way, the reader learns the intricacies of how a murder trial is conducted from the writer, who is an accomplished trial lawyer. Fascinating and insightful!
– Charles Hecht-Leavitt
Student loans are once again in the news, and I believe we are going to see more and more articles like this coming in the next few months. You can read this article by clicking here: https://www.npr.org/694477547
I read this article today and it is just more evidence that the student loan crisis in this country is a huge problem. This is why my book Disorder focuses so heavily on it because this is a real problem in our society. You can read more about this proposal here:...
I came across this story in the news today that reinforces my reasoning behind using the student loan crisis in this country as a motivating factor for criminal behavior in my novel,...