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If you like legal crime thriller's then
Tony Iovino's Notary Public Enemy will fit the bill:
Peter De Stio is a fallen star litigator, his marriage, family, and partnership in a premiere Long Island law firm long gone, settling uneasily into a quiet post-rehab life until scandal erupts thrusting him back into a world he thought he had left forever. Fake deeds have been filed and mortgages taken on a former client's properties. Millions of dollars are missing, and conspirators are turning up dead. The only lead is Peter's signature and notary stamp, which appear on the forged documents. His solitude shattered, he must defend himself against accusations of murder and fraud, a disbarment proceeding and a civil suit. His new life threatened, he is reluctantly forced to rely on old skills and the help a network of young lawyers, the old friends and clients still willing to talk to him and twin toddler nephews to find the truth about who he is, and the path to redemption.
Check out I Can Make Out With Any Girl Here by Ryan Nemeth for college mishaps and mayhem:
Donny Blake spends his first semester as a college student at Kulhman University doing the typical college student activities--partying, picking up girls, studying, and trying to avoid Ugly Jen. When the bank starts giving Donny free money and his French teacher expresses interest in him, Donny comes to the realization "I can make out with any girl here". Will it all far apart when ants move into Donny's room and stolen fetal pigs attract the administration's attention or will he make it through his first semester of college? Find out through diary entries, text messages, e-mails, and police reports. I Can Make Out with Any Girl Here--the story of Donny Blake's first semester at Kulhman University. A must read for all students about to enter college, college freshman, current college students, or those just wanting to remember what it was like.