Trial: A Novel

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Summit Books, 1990 - Fiction - 329 pages
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With the legal-behind-the-scenes finesse and courtroom drama of Presumed Inocent, Trial is a taut and exciting novel of a lawyer caught between two clients. He struggles to wrest justice from the complexity, subtlety and bald simplicity of the law, but gripping and surprising events will throw him more than a curve or two. Condensed in Reader's Digest.

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User Review  - ozzieslim - LibraryThing

A brilliant courtroom drama. Simple as that. Actually the story follows one attorney as he comes back from a conduct suspension and takes on two cases which eventually cross paths. Sometimes courtroom ... Read full review

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User Review  - jtck121166 - LibraryThing

Not great, if I'm honest. Couldn't get past thoroughly unpleasant US sharks. Read full review


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