INNOCENT By Scott Turow – Book Reviews

INNOCENT By Scott Turow

The new book from Scott Turow INNOCENT was released this month. If you haven’t had a chance to read it yet, here is the synopsis of the book and some selected reviews so you can get an idea of what to expect.

Innocent Synopsis
The sequel to the genre-defining, landmark bestseller Presumed Innocent, INNOCENT continues the story of Rusty Sabich and Tommy Molto who are, once again, twenty years later, pitted against each other in a riveting psychological match after the mysterious death of Rusty’s wife.

Innocent Reviews
BookishEven at 60, Rusty Sabich’s libido is still getting him into trouble. As a young prosecutor in Scott Turow’s 1987 bestseller Presumed Innocent, Sabich succumbed to the charms of a sexy colleague, betraying his wife and young son. When his lover turned up murdered shortly after one of their trysts, evidence pointed to Sabich. A memorable legal drama ensued. Read More

Powells.comScott Turow has been called “the thinking man’s John Grisham,” which is neither terribly fair to Grisham nor very accurate about Turow’s strengths. He’s more like “the feeling man’s John Grisham.” What makes Turow’s books stand out, besides the lack of blockbuster histrionics, is their attention to the details of his characters. Read More

BCF Book ReviewsTwenty years have passed, and here we are again. Rusty Sabich has once again been accused of murder. This time it’s not his mistress who they’re claiming he killed, but the wife he’d been married to for over 30 years. One morning Rusty wakes up to find his wife dead beside him in bed. Does he call the police? Coroner? His son? Not right away – and not for the first 24 hours. Why? Is he spending the time concealing evidence, or is he just in a state of shock? Read More

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