"No car chases, explosions, threats against the detective, movie-star locations, or gourmet meals: just a deeply satisfying novel about deeply human people who just happen to be victims, schemers, counselors-at-law, or all three at once."
A final appeal from Death Row reopens a decade-old murder case as the world's preeminent legal novelist (Personal Injuries
, 1999, etc.) proves once again why his grasp of the moral dimensions of legal problems sets the gold standard for the genre.
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