May’s book chronicles the dangers and glories of
two friends’ experiences in Detroit before and after
World War II, as they face antisemitism, divided
loyalties and challenged value systems. His previous
novels include Article XII and Sons of Adam.
May is widely published in the field of probate law,
contributing articles to the Michigan Bar Journal,
NAWCC Bulletin, and the Michigan Probate and
Estate Planning Journal. He blogs frequently about
probate and baseball. In addition, he has appeared
in Martindale-Hubbell’s Register of Preeminent
lawyers 30 times, in Michigan Super Lawyers since
2007, in the Best Lawyers in America since 2010,
and has been named one of the top attorneys in
Michigan by the New York Times.