Retail pak Random House Audio 1999
CS ISBN 0375408215 $25.95 Four cassettes
Scott Turow has once again managed to write a compelling and plausible story of corruption and deceit in the legal system. Personal injuries attorney Robbie Feaver has been caught in an FBI sting, and his lawyer must defend him. The story engages the listener as layer upon layer of corruption, from legal assistants to the city's top judges, are revealed. Joe Mantegna keeps the listener engaged and makes effective use of cadence to develop recognizable characters. While a far cry from Turow's brilliant PRESUMED INNOCENT, PERSONAL INJURIES is an enjoyable, at times riveting, novel. J.B.B. © AudioFile 2000, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/MAY 00]
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