John Evans of Lemuria Books reviews Kings of Tort
Kings starts in the late 80s and traces Scruggs’ rise and fall path, along the way culprits come and go. Lange and Dawson weave together this story in a compelling fashion to give the reader insight and a clear time line.
Kings reads with all the characteristics of a novel, yet it is not. It seems truthful without too much author grandstanding and personal agenda. Leanly written, without too much flowery embellishment, reading takes on the fast pace of a thriller.
For me, Kings is a cross of Jack Nelson’s fine Terror in the Night and an early Grisham legal thriller.
This is a must-read for inquiring Mississippians.