Books by Samuel H. Pillsbury

CONVICTION by Samuel H. Pillsbury
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1992

"A familiar legal tale of David and Goliath, told without heroics."
A sober, understated take on the sensational story of golden-boy TV producer Ted Jeffries—on trial for dealing drugs and making porn tapes in Hollywood House, his well-known shelter for runaway kids—and of his dogged federal prosecutor Walter Buris, struggling to put together an admissible case after Roscoe Brown, Jeffries's right-hand man and Walter's star witness, is killed. Read full book review >