Friday, July 1, 2016

Reversible errors / Scott Turow 225 p.

Arthur Raven draws a murder case where his client is on death row and has gotten the judicial system to reopen his case.  Told with flashbacks, there is much more to this than just a convicted murdered working the system.  With every rock Arthur turns over, more puzzles are discovered.  The original prosecuting attorney with an eye to making chief and the LAPD case detective fight to keep the conviction standing.  The judge in the case is called to testify and brings baggage of her own (disbarred and convected of a felony).  A dying con now admits he committed the murders.  Many twists keep the suspense rolling.

6th in the Kindle County series.

Reversible errors / Scott Turow 225 p.

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