Dear Readers,

I never realized how important reviews were until I became an author myself!

I read each and every review posted on Amazon, Audible and Goodreads and greatly appreciate the time, energy and thoughtful input. Each review helps me become a better author and also helps fellow readers decide if it’s something worth reading.

If you haven’t left a review yet, please click here and leave your own review for Acts of Omission. I also love hearing directly from readers, so if you have any questions about the novel, feel free to send a note to  and I’ll get back to you!

Thank you again for your support.

– James Bostwick

As a voracious reader of legal fiction, James always loved stories about criminal trials, but was struck by how seldom anyone wrote about the other cases that fill the courtrooms of America. Acts of Omission is inspired by a San Francisco case Jim tried in 1984 when he was a young dogged lawyer and went up against one of the most famous lawyers in the country to seek justice for a young man with a devastating injury.