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Errori reversibili (Kindle County Legal Thriller #6)

3.84  ·  Rating details ·  5,031 Ratings  ·  219 Reviews
A dieci anni di distanza da un triplice, terribile delitto per il quale è stato condannato a morte un ladruncolo di colore, l'avvocato Arthur Raven riprende in mano il caso alla vigilia dell'esecuzione della pena capitale. Cerca di far chiarezza su quanto avvenuto, anche grazie all'aiuto dell'affascinante Gillian Sullivan, il giudice di quel processo la cui promettente car ...more
Paperback, I miti, 468 pages
Published 2003 by Mondadori (first published 2002)
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Dec 02, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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I am not sure how I missed this Turow when it first came out, but I am very glad to have found it. He is such a master of the legal suspense and you travel right along with his characters through all the legal technicalities…which how Arthur Raven gets the case of Squirrel, sitting on death row and claiming his innocence.

Well of course he is innocent, isn't he? I travelled all the ups and downs with Arthur. The thing I enjoyed about this is that I would decide I knew exactly what had happened,
Nov 07, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Another uneven effort from Turow. An interesting premise (Let's save an innocent man from death row!), a few fairly pedestrian twists (He did it! Wait, no he didn't!), a mostly lackluster investigation and a whole lot of personal drama.

I actually cared more about Arthur and Gillian's private lives than the case here. Arthur's sister, too was a character I grew to like and Turow is a good enough writer that I felt fully invested in their eventual fates.

But I had big big problems with the limited,
Dec 15, 2014 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
This book started off really exciting and then the middle was really slow and I almost just stopped reading it. By the end it picked up again and I had already made a pretty big investment by getting so far, so I just finished it.

This book has some fun little twists and turns in the middle, but it doesn't make up for the long drawn out parts. One thing that bugged me was the "good guys" in the book had dark secrets and the "bad guys" found God and wanted to repent. It was a little backwards. I g
Fredrick Danysh
Now within days of being executed for a triple murder ten years earlier, Romny "Squirrel" Gandolph asks for one last look at his case claiming innocence. Arthur Raven is appointed to take the case even though he believes his new client to be guilty. Investigating the crime he discovers a flawed rx-judge, an ambitious prosector, a questionable cop, and self-serving witnesses. Arthur has an uphill battle attempting to save his client.
Although Reversible Errors is about a convicted mentally challenged murderer who is scheduled to be put to death in a few days who claims his innocence and is assigned a court appointed attorney, Arthur Raven, to appeal.; the real story is the relationship of the characters, particularly the budding relationship of Arthur and Gillian Sullivan. Both Arthur and Gillian are dealing with their own issues.
Arthur has never been at ease with expressing himself to women he was interested in and Gillian,
Curtis Edmonds
Feb 25, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The world breaks everyone, Papa Hemingway said, and afterwards many are strong at the broken places. True enough, if the metaphor is about bones. Bones break, but bones knit, and bones can be stronger for the experience. It’s a strong metaphor, but it doesn’t cover everything, doesn’t include everything that can break.

Bones break, but hearts break too. That’s another metaphor, of course. Hearts don’t break the same way bones break. Bones break and shatter and splinter, and you go to the doctor a
Jul 14, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Kindle County defense attorney, Arthur Raven, unlucky in love and downtrodden in spirit, is assigned to appeal Death Row inmate Rommy "Squirrel" Gandolph's case. And lo, against all odds, Squirrel, who confessed to murdering three people, may actually be innocent, and framed.

Turow is a master of character, and it was the portrayl of Arthur Raven and a former judge, Gillian Sullivan, that I found thrilling. Here are two characters so well-crafted that all other lawyer/suspense/who-done-it charact
Don Stanton
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Mar 08, 2010 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I like legal stories. Scott Turow writes legal stories. I thought I would really like this book. In fact, I did like the story - it had so much potential, but the writing was just meh. So disappointing because I think in a different author's hands, it could have been a much better book. Rommy "Squirrel" Gandolph is an inmate on death row, convicted for a triple homicide for which ten years later with his death soon to be scheduled, he now claims innocence. This is essentially a story about what ...more
Michelle Diener
Nov 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I couldn't put this book down. The writing, in my opinion, is wonderful - the phrases so beautiful, at times I could hardly believe I was reading a courtroom thriller. Turow takes that hackneyed plot, the prisoner on deathrow who claims he's innoncent, and turns it into a masterful study of humanity's flaws and weaknesses, as well as their capacity for forgiveness and love.

Arthur Raven is a commercial lawyer appointed by the court to act for Rommy 'Squirrel' Gandolphi - a deathrow prisoner who
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Scott Turow is the author of ten bestselling works of fiction, including IDENTICAL, INNOCENT, PRESUMED INNOCENT, and THE BURDEN OF PROOF, and two nonfiction books, including ONE L, about his experience as a law student. His books have been translated into more than forty languages, sold more than thirty million copies worldwide, and have been adapted into movies and television projects. He has fre ...more
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Kindle County Legal Thriller (10 books)
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