With All Due Respect (Paperback)
On the anniversary of D-Day in 1974, after joining a prestigious Wall Street law firm, Michael Cullen listens to one of his new partners expound on how the United States made a catastrophic mistake in failing to ally itself with Nazi Germany to defeat Soviet Communism. He had to wonder if one of his partners might be a Nazi sympathizer. Cullen is forced to deal with this utterly unexpected issue as it resounds within the firm and, eventually, within his personal life. The novel peels back the sheath of respectability that cloaks the law firm and explores its institutionalized bigotry and the internal dynamics of the partners' conflicting ambitions and values. Eventually Cullen finds himself enmeshed in litigation in which he represents a client he detests.