I need your feedback. I just finished the first draft of my new 70,000 word novel tentatively titled THE RAIN DANCE LAWYER. Need a better hook for a title, I think.
The Pitch: Fresh out of law school, a brilliant young attorney with Indian and cowboy roots and his ranching girlfriend uncover a murder-for-hire scheme at his prestigious Colorado water law firm. While unraveling the mystery they devise a scheme with the help of a retired Indian senator and his friends to outmaneuver hired killers, corrupt lawyers and powerful politicians. Is water really worth killing for? It is in the still wild, wild west.