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Presumed Innocent by Scott Turow
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Aug 11, 2010

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Read from August 11 to 17, 2010

"Presumed Innocent" is a book that combines all of the aspects of a mystery novel with the aspects of a courtroom drama. At the start, Rusty Sabich is living a normal life. He has a fine job as a prosecuting attorney for Kindle County and is married with one son. Suddenly, something completely unexpected happens. Mr. Sabbich has been accused of murdering a fellow P.A. The trial has begun and Rusty's attorneys are hard at work solving the mystery. It hits the defense team that there is some chance that Mr Sabich might have been framed by his co-workers. The mystery develops into an in depth trial filled with many twists and turns.
Mr. Turow does a great job in keeping the reader guessing. At no point does Rusty Sabich give any indications as to whether he is innocent or guilty. Throughout the novel you will be asking yourself questions like was he set up? Did Rusty really kill her? Scott Turow provides a thrilling third person account of what a murder case would really be like. The ending will put you in a state of shock and haunt you even after you are finished reading.

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