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review by . October 22, 2010
4 1/2 stars.      Raymond Horton is running for re-election  for the Kindle County Prosecutor's office. He's being challenged by Nico Della Guardia, who is winning the race.      Rusty Sabich is Hogan's deputy prosecutor and narrator of the story.      Carolyn Polhemus, a prosecutor in Hogan's office is found raped and murdered. Since Hogan is busy with his campaign, he asks Rusty to run the investigation. When the …
review by . July 04, 2010
While PRESUMED INNOCENT might be most commonly categorized as a legal thriller, one could definitely make a case for calling it a psychological thriller. In much the same fashion as the appeal of Michael Connelly's Harry Bosch canon starts with the noir angst-ridden psychological under-pinnings of his main characters, Scott Turow narrates much of his story via the thoughts of Rusty Sabich, the former deputy prosecutor of the KindleCountyDA's office.       The basic …
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