Self-Storage Attorney Scott Zucker Releases Second Thriller Novel

Self-storage attorney Scott I. Zucker has authored his second legal thriller titled “Rally on Two.” The novel centers on Hank Bennett, a lawyer whose family life is torn apart by a devastating accident. Struggling to cope with his loss while also handling a pro bono criminal case and a whistleblower case, Hank is asked to coach a youth baseball team, which offers a chance for perspective and recovery, according to a press release.

The legal cases could have parallels to Hank’s life. In the pro bono case, he fights to prove the innocence of a young boy, while the whistleblower case could provide details to explain a family’s untimely death, the release stated. Coaching baseball is intended to be a metaphor for the protagonist’s life, the release stated.

“Writing fiction has always been a passion for me,” Zucker said. “After receiving such positive feedback about my first book, ‘Chain of Custody,’ I thought I would take a shot at developing another character and another story line. This book was a lot of fun to write, especially the part about the little league team. Baseball has always been one of my favorite sports. It exemplifies for me the message that trying something and striking out is not a bad thing; it’s just part of the game, part of living life. I hope people enjoy the story and the characters.”

The book is available in paperback and as a digital e-book. It can be purchased online through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Zucker is a partner in the law firm Weissmann Zucker Euster Morochnik P.C. in Atlanta, which specializes in business litigation with an emphasis on real estate, landlord-tenant and construction law. He’s also a partner in the Self-Storage Legal Network, a subscription-based legal service for storage owners and managers. A frequent speaker at self-storage industry events, he’ll be presenting the Advanced Legal Workshop at the Inside Self-Storage World Expo, April 3-6, in Las Vegas.

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