The Laws of Our Fathers

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Product Number: Z10307
Released: Jan 22, 2017
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ISBN: #9781490665238
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In Kindle County, a woman is killed in an apparent random drive-by shooting. The woman turns out to be the ex-wife of a prominent state senator and an old acquaintance of Judge Sonia Klonsky, on whose desk the case lands. As the pursuit of justice takes bizarre and unusual turns, Judge Klonsky is brought face-to-face with a host of extraordinary personalities and formidable enemies bent on her destruction.

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Author(s): Scott Turow
Genre: Mystery

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Author(s): Scott Turow
Genre: Mystery
Product Number Z100033666
Released: Jun 01, 2010
Business Term: 2 Year
Publisher: Hachette Audio
ISBN: #9781609411879
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Author(s): Scott Turow
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Released: Oct 28, 2013
Business Term: 52 Circ / 730 Day
ISBN: #9781429984706

Professional reviews

"Taking place as flashbacks during a murder trial, this novel has its genesis in that intense and confounding era of political and personal change, the Sixties. As narrator Sonia Klonsky, a Superior Court judge, presides over the trial of Nile Eddgar, who is accused of engineering the murder of his mother, a ghetto activist, Turow takes on gang culture, judicial corruption, and radical political movements of the time. Characters are brought to life by Jack Garret, C.J. Critt, and L.J. Ganser. In unique and polished voices the three narrators move seamlessly from the lives inner city African-Americans to the depths of emotion surrounding the Vietnam War. Their delivery is penetrating and articulate, adopting a sober, analytical tone, even when describing intense emotional pain. The trial itself contains skillful twists and turns, which the readers deliver slowly, increasing their impact. K.A.T. (c) AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine"

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