In Good Faith - Scott Pratt The second in the Joe Dillard series. I very much enjoyed this book. It has multiple plot lines and Dillard is, for my taste, perhaps too subject to violent rage (he really should be more used to Sarah's self-destructive tendencies,) and the suggested paranormal elements always ​​​make me gag; nevertheless, Pratt writes very well and can really tug at the heartstrings. His description of Joe's love for his wife and his support for her as she struggles with breast cancer and resultant chemotherapy is magnificent.

While not essential, I would recommend starting with The Innocent Client, the first of the series. It lays the groundwork for Joe's switch from defense work to jining the prosecutor's office.