This is David’s most true to life book. While it is fictional almost everything was taken from some aspect of his life. he originally wrote it for his own personal enjoyment, but after further reading and editing he decided to let it out for the public.
The story deals with a lawyer named John Widdicar. he just finished law school, passed his bar exam and is ready to start practicing. One problem. His wife doesn’t want him to, because she fears that by his becoming a lawyer he may stoop to the same level of lies, deceit and corruption that other lawyers do. She fears he will lose his faith in God. Everyone does.
Meanwhile John becomes more popular and take son mor ecases, leaving God behind. Can John’s wife get him to turn around or will she and her kids lose a good man to the dangerous world of law?