Consider this part of the website to be like a visual aid.
It is a family tradition that on the first day a new book comes out, my youngest daughter and I go to the bookstore and I take a bad photo on my phone. Here are the first two of what I hope are many such photos.
People sometimes ask what else I do besides write and practice law. Sometimes I say that I'm also the father of two beautiful girls and the stepfather to two wonderful boys—all teenagers (almost, as my little one is 11). But the truth is that I collect Pez.
There are several things in A Conflict of Interest that actually exist, so I thought it would be interesting to post them here and see if they conform with the way you imagined them.
These bobbleheads sit on my desk at Pavia & Harcourt. They're not mentioned as being on Alex Miller's desk, but I bet they are.
The Batman mug that holds Alex's pens and highlighters.
The Cobblepot for Mayor poster that was an actual prop in the 1992 movie that Alex purchased on Ebay. I purchased a similar one on Ebay.
The Scary Lady. According to my family lore, my father bought this poster for $4 at a flea market in 1964 because he thought it looked like my mother. Like Alex, it always frightened me as a child too.