This character often refers to himself as a Master of the Universe.
Lawrence N. Kramer
This character is the prosecutor of the novel's central trial.
This character has turned the idea of mooching into an art form.
This character is married to an elderly multi-billionaire.
This character promises to stand by her husband during his trial but only publicly.
This character is a frequent filer of anti-discrimination lawsuits in New York.
This character is a District Attorney famous for his frequent press conferences.
This character is the chief of the Homicide Bureau in the District Attorney's Office.
Sir Gerald Steiner
This character runs a tabloid newspaper in New York.
This character dies suddenly at a fashionable New York restaurant.
This character sublets a rent-controlled townhouse.
This character has...
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