Judge Martin Clark is a retired circuit court judge from Patrick County, Virginia, and is a graduate of Davidson College. He attended law school at the University of Virginia. When he was appointed to the bench in 1992 at age 32, he became one of the youngest judges in the history of Virginia. His novels have appeared on numerous bestseller lists. The audio version of The Substitution Order was a No. 1 national bestseller. His wife, Deana, is a photographer, and they live on a farm with dogs, cats, chickens, guinea fowl and three donkeys.
A retired judge talks about his career and his writing process, and he offers some tips to lawyers itching to write their first book.
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