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James Sheehan discusses his novel, “The Mayor of Lexington Avenue.” He begins by talking about the plot of the story and giving background information on the characters. He discusses his own background of studying law and growing up in New York City in a large Irish family, like the characters in the book. He then talks about real death penalty statistics for the state of Florida and his decision to include them in his novel. He ends the interview by sharing his writing practices and how he writes while simultaneously practicing law.