That La Jolla Lawyer

Author: Robert Rogers
Pages: 264
Language: English
Publication date: 01/06/2017
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Murder gives a burned out attorney a chance at life.
She kissed him full on the lips with a full body hug. “Can’t we be friends?”
He remembered her warm hugs from the trial. More than friends. Much more. Unfortunately, only I thought that.
He smiled, a fake one. “Of course.” I see her for what she is, a selfish person who takes no prisoners. Let the strong survive.


After winning the biggest case of his career but falling in love with Jennifer, his client, Matt falls into a prolonged depression when his love is not returned until Sarah comes into his life, but two weeks later, she’s found dead in his house. Matt finds her death suspicious and begins to investigate. He eventually discovers she was a reporter working undercover on stories concerning his role in Jennifer’s murder acquittal and the campaign of a congressman running for the Senate. His life is in danger as he uncovers stones that certain powerful people do not want uncovered.

“That La Jolla Lawyer is one of the best mysteries I have read. This book is brilliant. I couldn't put it down. In the character of Matt Dawson, Robert Rogers has created one of the most dynamic protagonist in the genre. Watching Matt fall from a legal impresario to a deadbeat drunk only to rise again like a phoenix from the ashes of his life is simply breathtaking. Rogers evokes that pain and the passion of his main character in vivid detail. The reader cannot help being captivated by this story.”— David, author of the highly acclaimed Narmer's Pallet.

“What a great book. Thank you for letting me read an advanced copy. I felt like I was standing in Matt’s shoes for the entire book, enjoying the adventure without getting dirty or hurt. And, when it was over, I got a great night’s sleep. I loved the characters, especially the cat with the broken tail. That was a master’s stroke. The plot kept me on my toes from the beginning to the end, anticipating what might happen next.”— Suzanne, successful author of sweet historical romance and young adult fantasy books, Savannah.

“I thought the story was superb, both plot and character driven, a tremendously creative effort. When I picked it up, I couldn’t put it down. And, that cat, he should get an Oscar. I guess it was a he. I’m looking forward to your next book.”—Yarka from La Jolla.

“That was not the first of your books I have read. Each time I read one, I always wonder how could the next one can get any better. Well, somehow they always do, each just as captivating. You do a wonderful job with your characters and your plots are very well thought out. Both keep your readers turning pages. I didn’t see that cat coming. What a twist! I love cats and that made my day. Who could have guessed?”—Eva from La Jolla.

I fell in love with Matt, even if his client didn’t. The book and the characters had me by the throat from the first page until Matt got his revenge. Now, I have to go back and read your earlier books, the couple I missed. And, please let me know when the next one is coming out. The only thing you do better than developing your characters is developing your plots. Your books are refreshing to read. How do you do it?”—Karen from La Jolla.

“That La Jolla Lawyer grabbed me at the first page and didn’t turn me loose until The End. The characterizations were first class, the plot was clever and intriguing, and kept me guessing at every turn. It was a thrilling read. Thank you for asking me to read it.”—Kathy, professional editor, Oceanside.
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Robert G. Rogers was born and raised with the red clay of Mississippi underneath his bare feet. Enlisting in the U.S. Army, his tour of duty took him to the Orient, where he worked in an intelligence gathering capacity with the Army Security Agency. After his military discharge, Rogers used the G.I. Bill to graduate from Mississippi State with a degree in electrical engineering. He moved to California to work in the Aerospace industry. While there, he attended USC law school at night, graduating with honors and joined Rockwell International before opening his own practice. After passing the NY Bar, he earned an LLM from Tulane and represented lenders, the SBA and the FDIC, handling conflicts like the ones Bishop Bone takes on in his murder mysteries.
Although he enjoys writing mysteries, now and then, he takes a break and writes in other genres including main stream, suspense thrillers, juvenile adventure stories, science fiction and children's picture books.
More information about the books Rogers has written can be found at: and
During book breaks, he handcrafts wooden bowls, plays tennis and mangles a guitar. He also speaks at functions, holds book signings at local Festivals and book stores.
He divides his time between La Jolla, CA and a house on the river in Moselle, MS with occasional forays to New Orleans for great food and music. The river house was inspired by the house Bishop Bone bought on Indian Creek outside Lawton, MS after one of his murder mysteries. His back porch overlooks the creek and a beaver pond on the far side of the creek. He owns a cat, though not as snarly as the one in That La Jolla Lawyer, does have his finicky moments.
Rogers is married with two daughters one of whom is also a very successful writer. She lives in Savannah, GA.

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