The Color of Law

A Novel

by Mark Gimenez ’80J.D. (Doubleday)


A legal thriller starring a hotshot Texas attorney who is assigned a case that may bankrupt his business but save his soul.

Scott Fenney, the attorney, has been assigned by a judge to provide a pro bono defense for a heroin-addicted prostitute who is accused of killing the son of a Texas senator. During the tense trial, Fenney takes custody of the accused’s daughter.

The author, a former partner of a major Dallas law firm, is now in private practice.

(May 2006)