Widow Claims Mortgage Servicer's Wrongful Foreclosure Caused Husband's Suicide - Just Released - Unconscionable, a Rich Coleman Novel, by William Manchee

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Top Publications, Ltd. releases "Unconscionable," A Rich Coleman Novel, Volume 3. A timely novel about a greedy mortgage servicer who made himself millions but destroyed the lives of thousands of Americans and helped send the American economy into a tailspin.

Top Publications, Ltd., a fiction book publishing company, announces the release of "Unconscionable," the third in William Manchee's Rich Coleman series of novels featuring Dallas attorney, Rich Coleman, and his two sons, Matt and Ryan.

Since the release of his first book in 1997 William Manchee has written and published twenty books. William Manchee is a consumer lawyer by trade and practices in Dallas with his son Jim. Originally from southern California, he lives now in Plano, Texas with his wife Janet. He is the author of the ten volume Stan Turner Mystery series inspired by many actual cases from his past. His other works include the Rich Coleman Novels, Death Pact, Plastic Gods and, his latest, Unconscionable, set in the midst of the mortgage crisis of 2008. He is also the author of the nonfiction book "Go Broke, Die Rich, Turning Around the Troubled Small Business" (January 2012). For more info visit http://williammanchee.com.

"Unconscionable" is a timely novel about a greedy mortgage lender who made himself millions but destroyed the lives of thousands of Americans and helped send the American economy in a tailspin.

Rich’s son Ryan finally graduates from law school and is anxious to start practicing law. While in law school he meets and falls in love with Amanda, Sherman, a classmate who doesn’t want to practice law but has her sights set on becoming a literary agent. When Ryan hears of this he remembers that his father has written a true crime book about the murder of Martha Collins, his mother's aunt. He tells Amanda about the book and she is ecstatic with the prospect of it being her first placement. Unfortunately, she soon discovers Rich and his wife, Erica, don't want the book published but won't say why. She suspects it is because it contains some incriminating evidence against one or both of them.

While Amanda schemes to get Rich’s book published, Matt Coleman petitions the court to overturn his conviction for bankruptcy fraud, now that everybody knows he was set up for the crime. Besides clearing his name he wants to get his law license back. Rich tries to help him as he wants Matt to begin a crusade against predatory mortgage lenders who he believes are pillaging consumers all across the nation. The need to get Matt reinstated becomes more urgent when a client comes in with a great case for the firm to prosecute and Rich lines up a mole in Reliable Mortgage Servicing, the loan servicing company involved, and wants to help bring them down.

Matt, still grieving his first wife Lynn's murder two years earlier, finally strikes up a relationship with the owner of an escort service named Candy. The relationship starts off slow but eventually blossoms into a full blown love affair. But just when he thinks he is finally getting his life back on track, Candy is kidnaped and Matt fears she's going to suffer the same fate as Lynn.

Praise and Reviews

". . . I couldn't put it down! This was one of those books that really drew me in and got me hooked once I got into it!" . . . Flipoutmama - 5 stars - Goodreads

"Unconscionable is a unique combination of legal thriller, family drama, and murder mystery. . . There are plenty of surprises and twists to keep the pages turning and to make you despise mortgage companies more than you already do!" . . . Erin, 4 stars - Goodreads

". . . I totally want all of my readers to go out and buy this book, if not for themselves for someone they love for Christmas." Kimberly - 5 stars - Goodreads

". . . William Manchee puts (it) all . . . together in an amazing way that is easy, and enjoyable to read." . . . Hanna, 5 stars - Goodreads

"This Mystery is enjoyable to listen and the story line easy to follow. A true crime book written years ago is finally going to get published, but not without consequences." . . . Michael, 5 Stars - Goodreads

"I really did enjoy this . . . . It has several cases going on at one time...mortgage fraud, kidnaping, theft, cover-ups, murder....lots of stuff happening in one small book! Great Read. . . Keep writing these." . . . Donna, 5 stars - Goodreads

"I really enjoyed reading this book. I was so happy I won it through Good Reads. If I didn't win it and knew it was as good as it is I would actually go out and buy it. Thanks." . . . Dats, 5 Stars - Goodreads

"I thought this was an amazing book! Couldn't put it down once I started it. I won this through Good Reads." . . . Lee Sheer - Goodreads - 5 stars

(See Full Reviews at Goodreads.com - Average Rating 4.5 stars with 32 ratings - http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/15762531-unconscionable)

Available in trade paperback, audio MP3 and eBook. http://amzn.com/1929976984

For review copies, please contact the publisher by email at info(at)toppub(dot)com.

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