When it appeared in 1987, few people realised that Scott Turow’s Presumed Innocent would not only be a remarkable commercial winner (selling over 4 million copies) but would be the main instigator of a virtually new popular fiction genre -- the legal thriller. With the aid of a highly successful movie starring Harrison Ford, Turow forged a writing career that has enjoyed considerable acclaim to this day. And here, 23 years later, is Innocent, a belated sequel to that groundbreaking earlier book, in which his protagonist Rusty Sabich (now in his sixties) is once again accused of murder -- and this time he has further to fall, having become a senior court judge in the interim.
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- PDF | 12 pages
- Scott Turow(Author) Edward Herrmann(Narrator) Orlagh Cassidy(Narrator)
- Hachette Audio; Unabridged edition (3 Jan. 2012)
- Crime, Thrillers & Mystery
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