Two Supreme Court Attorneys hide from each other in Otto Entwistles’s new book. But I have discovered two weak points. Firstly, the expression hide-and-seek is not being used. By necessity, this must be what occupies the two through the 200 pages of the book. Secondly, the hiding places are reused over and over. However, to Entwistles credit, it should be mentioned that we are not spared from new details about the hiding places as they are being reused. I almost missed especially the chest of drawers and the rose bush after having read the book.