Welcome and Thanks for Visiting!
I'm William Eleazer, and this is my personal website. I've had several different careers (military, teaching, and legal), thoroughly enjoying them all, and my latest, as an author, is no exception. It's challenging, satisfying, and fun (well, a bit of fun, but a lot of hard work along the way).
My novels are about the law, especially criminal law—crimes and criminal trials, witnesses, prosecutors, trial judges, criminal defense attorneys (some good and some downright evil), investigators, deputies, bailiffs, law students, law schools, law professors, and much more. I take you into the courtroom so you can see up close the majesty of the law as well as its pitfalls. The characters are fictitious, but the court procedure and evidence rulings are authentic (I've taught evidence and trial procedure in law school and have spent years in the courtroom, and I'm careful to get it all accurate, well-aware that my lawyer friends will be reading with sharp eyes!). The courtroom scenes are realistic—with all the excitement, tension, and intrigue you'll find in the most notorious criminal trials in the nation. And it all takes place in my favorite city, Savannah, Georgia. If you love legal thrillers, you'll love Savannah Law, The Indictments, and my most recent novel, The Two-Witness Rule. And if you love Savannah, you are in for a special treat as the colorful characters come alive in this beautiful city! Enjoy!
FREE AUDIO BOOKS!
SAVANNAH LAW, THE INDICTMENTS, and
THE TWO-WITNESS RULE, have been produced as sound recordings by Audible.com, and are now on sale at Audible, Amazon, and iTunes.
As the author, I have a limited number of free copies.
If you prefer to listen rather than read, drop me a note—
—and I'll send a code number for a free download from Audible.com
When established in 1733, two things were banned:
#1 Rum (considered "unwholesome")
#2 Lawyers (too litigious). Fortunately, the ban on lawyers was soon lifted; had it remained, Savannah Law, The Indictments, and The Two-Witness Rule could not have been written (how depressing to consider!) And if the ban on rum had remained, we wouldn't have Churchill's or The Six Pence Pub for celebrations (even more depressing!)
Do you enjoy a nice cold beer on a not-so-nice hot day? Savannah has a few of those days, but you’re in luck. That’s because it also has one of the best beer gardens in the country, where you can enjoy some of America’s finest beer: Moon River Brewing with its 5,400-square-foot Beer Garden. Any style beer you choose—they have about every variety you could possibly want. Plus a great food menu to make the visit complete. Tell them William Eleazer sent you!