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Reversible Errors by Scott Turow
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Jun 19, 2012

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I picked this up by accident at a book fair--for only 50 cents; but, quickly realized I'd read it before (maybe twice), and I just recently saw the movie starring Tom Selleck. It's a good story, well told, but it's hard to be objective in this situation. I knew exactly what was coming around each turn, so there were no surprises. It fit nicely into my definition of a happy ending, however, and for that I recommend it to adult readers. The affair between the homicide detective and the PA gets a little graphic. Lots of drug references, as well, but the ex-heroin addict, former judge is a sympathetic character and a good part of the story is her battle to repent.

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