Glen Aaron is a successful trial attorney and international business and banking consultant. An author of nine books, both fiction and nonfiction, coming from experiential source material, his writing style is clear and fast paced. The Curse of Sacerdozio is a fictional possibility of the death of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on the Rio Grande ranch well known to the author. "In God We Trust," is a nonfiction Abrahamic religion comparison, as to what each promise after death and putting those promises to the legal standard of American and English jurisprudence -- does heaven exist by a preponderance of evidence.
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