The Barnes Noble ReviewThe Verdict Is In Popular Fiction Rarely Gets Any Better, Or Involving, Than Reversible Errors, Scott Turow S Profoundly Satisfying Legal Thriller, Which Takes On The Charged Subject Of Death Penalty Litigation.Set In Turow S Familiar Fictional Venue Of Kindle County, Illinois, The Story Concerns A Pathetic, Hard Luck Career Criminal Named Rommy Gandolph, A.k.a Squirrel Convicted Of A Particularly Vicious Triple Homicide, Rommy Is 33 Days Away From Certain Execution When A Convicted Criminal With Terminal Cancer Comes Forward With A Story That Casts Doubt On Rommy S Guilt, It Soon Becomes Clear That Than Squirrel S Life Is At Stake On One Side Of The Legal Line Stand Ambitious Deputy Prosecutor Muriel Wynn And Veteran Homicide Detective Larry Starczek, Former Lovers Who Were Responsible For Rommy S Original Conviction And Whose Lives Seem Seem Inextricably Connected To This Case On The Other Side Stands Arthur Raven, Rommy S Plodding, Colorless Court Appointed Defender His Work Is Complicated By An Evolving Friendship With Gillian Sullivan, The Disgraced Judge Who Presided Over Rommy S Initial Trial These Four Figures Together With A Brilliantly Delineated Gallery Of Supporting Characters Form The Human Center Of A Fiercely Contested Legal Battle That Will Alter The Destinies Of Everyone Involved Turow S Knack For Convoluted Plotting, Ability To Find Drama In The Most Minute Points Of Law, Lively, Observant Prose, And Flawless Sense Of Character Lift Him Into A League Of His Own When It Comes To Legal Fiction Reversible Errors A Wonderfully Resonant Title Is A Account Of Love And Redemption, Crime And Punishment, The Intricacies Of The Legal System, The High Cost Of Ambition, And The Primal Importance Of Our Most Basic Human Connections Bill Sheehan
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- 720 pages
- Reversible Errors
- Scott Turow
- 02 January 2018 Scott Turow