Lynched

The surgeon resorted to tactics that one would associate with the underworld to win the case.

This dramatic true story is not about a murder. However, the author has always felt as if she was a victim of a vicious attack. It is a horrific tale of one woman’s attempt to bring an arrogant, narcissistic, vile and wholly incompetent surgeon to account. The surgeon resorted to tactics that one would associate with the underworld to win the case.
From the moment the defendant received a letter from the author’s solicitor, requesting the defendant’s personal medical files, the stage was set for a brutal and protracted trial. It turned out to be one of the most bizarre, manipulative and unruly cases because he had decided to represent himself after signing a false affidavit for his solicitors. It was literally impossible to control the man. He did not think he was above the law; he was the law and therefore he harassed witnesses, turned everything into a lie, and did not think perjury had any due consequence. He purported to be a brilliant senior counsel but did not stop there; he aspired to ultimately be the trial Judge.
This book focuses on the reader, as if they were present in the court watching and absorbing the trial in real time. Once you reach the end of each chapter, you will have no clue as to what transpires next, a veritable page-turner.
Unless you knew that this book is non-fiction, you would have a very difficult time believing its contents.