This was a very "funny," tongue in cheek book about three judges (at various levels on the judicial "pecking order") confined to a federal (golf-resort) type prison for various offenses relating to their status as judges. I believe one was a federal appellate judge, one a local "magistrate" and another a state trial court judge. Anyway, this is a story of an improbable "business" conducted by them from their prison situation. Maybe only lawyers would find this humorous, but I think the character development was great and the story, improbably as it probably was, did was it was supposed to do for the reader. I liked it.