Friday, September 24, 2010


PRESUMED INNOCENT by Scott Turow, read by Edward Herrmann

In 1987, Turow started a new wave of courtroom drama that continues to this day. Hermann's rich voice is perfect for Turow’s taught legal drama.

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I agree that Herrmann is perfect for "Presumed Innocent." And this novel is one of Turow's best, along with "Reversible Errors" and "Burden of Proof." The follow-up to "Presumed...", titled "Innocent," suffers from the collection of narrators, I think, although it's still quite enjoyable to listen to. Wish "Presumed Innocent" was available unabridged in an affordable audiobook.
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